The Master of Arts in Teaching will prepare qualified teachers to be leaders in education. Undergraduate students can complete initial teacher licensure in elementary or secondary education and a master’s degree after a 5th year of study in a summer-fall-spring cycle.
Students who hold a bachelor’s degree from another institution may participate in the M.A.T. program. Additional coursework may be required for general licensure outside of the endorsement areas in curriculum and instruction or special education.