Focusing on teaching, scholarship, and service, the College of Education offers both a Master of Arts in Teaching and a Master of Education. The College of Education's conceptual framework forms a foundation for innovative, interdisciplinary, and research-based curricula dedicated to the development of reflective practitioners who demonstrate expertise in knowledge and practice.
The M.A.T. is appropriate only for individuals who do NOT hold any teaching certification. This program is designed for persons interested in acquiring initial teaching skills of students with mild/moderate disabilities at the elementary/secondary education levels along the special education continuum of placements.
- Elementary Education and Special Education Mild/Moderate Grades 1-5
- Secondary Education and Special Education Mild/Moderate Grades 6-12
Additional Application Materials
In addition to the general Graduate School Application Materials, you must also have:
- Passing score on the PRAXIS pre-professional basic skills tests or on ACT or SAT
- Passing score on the appropriate content area PRAXIS II test
College of Education Associate Dean for Gradute Studies
Dr. Paula Montgomery
Maxim Doucet Hall, 102
MAT Graduate Coordinator
Dr. Donna Wadsworth
Girard Hall, 108E