The Program: Earn your Masters degree while you obtain hands-on classroom experience and coaching. We are accepting applications for a cohort beginning August 2018. The deadline for applying to the School of Graduate Studies is May 4, 2018. See How to Apply below.
The first step for admission to the program. Apply online to the School of Graduate Studies.
Next, review admission requirements for the MAT Program
Finally, submit passing scores on the required Praxis Exams
Elementary Grades K-5
In the MAT Elementary K-5 program, you will learn appropriate methods to teach young children in their formative years. At the elementary level, there is the opportunity to instill the joy of learning, which will give them a strong start to their future. If you enjoy this age group, this program will enable you to teach them and guide them toward discovering their strengths and gifts.
Middle Grades 6-8
This teaching licensure area has an excellent employment success rate. Since the first cohort graduated in 2010, 100% now hold teaching positions locally and across the nation. You must select two teaching areas, one of which must be mathematics or science.
Secondary Grades K-12
Secondary Grades 6-12 teaching areas which include:
Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Economics,
English, French, Geography, German, Government, History, Mathematics, Physics, Technology Engineering, and Spanish or the following teaching areas for K-12:
Dr. Aimee Lee Govett, MAT Advisor and Graduate Program Coordinator
Office: Warf-Pickel room #418
Frequently Asked Questions
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