The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) will prepare qualified teachers to be leaders in education. Undergraduate students can complete initial teacher licensure in preK-6 or secondary education and a master’s degree after a 5th year of study in a summer-fall-spring cycle. This 5-year program will provide students with endorsements in secondary subject areas, elementary education, or special education.
Students who hold a bachelor’s degree from another institution may participate in the M.A.T. program. Contact the Admissions Office for details and an evaluation of undergraduate transcripts for licensure. Additional coursework may be required for general licensure outside of the endorsement areas in curriculum and instruction or special education.