MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING [M.A.T.]
The Secondary Education concentration seeks to:
Candidates seeking licensure as secondary teachers should have completed a bachelor’s degree from an institution that is accredited by an agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education with a major in the intended endorsement area or a degree in a related field with courses similar to that required for a bachelor’s degree in the field of study. Any deficiencies in course requirements must be addressed prior to student teaching. In addition, candidates must successfully complete the appropriate Praxis II content exam in the area of endorsement prior to student teaching.
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.
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