M.A.T. Programs
Elementary Education

Secondary Education
Special Education
Advanced M.Ed. Programs
Program Specialist
School Counseling
Teaching & Learning

The Program Specialist concentration seeks to:

  1. Assist classroom teachers in all grade levels (NK-12) to work with students who have reading or math difficulties.
  2. Prepare educators to support reading or math programs in a school or clinical setting.
  3. Enable specialists to assess math or reading abilities and use diagnostic data to tailor instruction to individual needs.
  4. Develop the knowledge, skills, and processes necessary for teaching oral and written language communication.
  5. Promote the integration of literature-based instruction in all content areas.

The program offers licensure as a reading specialist (grades K-12) or math specialist (grades K-8).  Coursework for the program is offered in multiple delivery formats with both on-campus and off-campus options. Program completion requires a minimum of 9 hours in the residential formats.

Additional information available on Advising Guide.