Master of Arts in Teaching
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NEW Concentration Area! The Master of Arts in Teaching will have a new concentration available in Educational Theory, starting Fall 2015. The concentration is not focused on teacher certification and is open to international students. Please look for more information soon and/or contact Dr. Terrell Brown (email@example.com).
To be accepted into the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree program in the Department of Educational Foundations & Literacy, students must: (a) complete an undergraduate degee with a minimum grade-point average of 2.75; and (b) contact Graduate Studies to apply for the MAT. Candidates must submit a certification plan, signed by the Director of Certification, for the purpose of assigning a MAT graduate advisor and identifying the MAT area of concentration.
To complete the MAT, students must: (a) complete EDFL 5900 or an advisor-approved alternative research course within the first 12 hours of their MAT program of study course work; (b) complete EDFL 5100 -- Internship. To enroll in EDFL 5100, MAT students must participate in student teaching or be a contracted teacher and must complete 24 hours of their MAT Program of Study course work (EDFL 5100 is not offered during the summer sessions). A portfolio is required for the internship. There are two concentrations available for the MAT: Middle School and Secondary.
For more information please see our brochure and/or contact:
Dr. Terrell Brown
Assistant Professor and
EdFL Graduate Program Coordinator
Lovinger Building, Room 2206