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Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Coursework

Cohorts are developed around the level candidates desire to teach. All MAT students will complete courses from the following:

MAT Elementary Cohort Courses - ECE/ELE Authorizations

MAT 501: Issues and Ethics (3 credits)

MAT 503: Basic Teaching Skills (3 credits)

MAT 536: Evaluation and Assessment of Learning (3 credits)

MAT 548: Classroom Management (3 credits)

MAT 556: The Whole Child and Learning (3 credits)

MAT 560: C & I Math (3 credits)

MAT 563: C & I: Reading and Language Arts (3 credits)

MAT 567: Integrating Social Studies, Science and the Arts (3 credits)

MAT 590: Differentiating for the Learning Community (3 credits)

EDCI 538: Strategies and Materials for Teaching English Learners (3 credits)

MAT 551 or 552: Practicum (3 credits)

MAT 591 or 592: Student Teaching (6 credits)

Total: 39 credits

MAT Secondary Cohort Courses - ML/HS Authorizations

MAT 501: Issues and Ethics (3 credits)

MAT 506: Basic Teaching Skills (3 credits)

MAT 533: Integrating Technology in the 21st Century Classroom (3 credits)

MAT 537: Evaluation and Assessment of Teaching & Learning (3 credits)

MAT 549: Classroom Management (3 credits)

MAT 557: The Adolescent Learner (3 credits)

MAT 590: Differentiating for the Learning Community (3 credits)

EDCI 538: Strategies and Materials for Teaching English Learners (3 credits)

MAT 553 or 554: Practicum (3 credits)

MAT 593 or 594: Student Teaching (6 credits)

Plus one or two of the following, depending on endorsements:

MAT 570: PE Methods (3 credits)

MAT 571: Health Methods (3 credits)

MAT 572: Math Methods (3 credits)

MAT 573: Science Methods (3 credits)

MAT 574: English Language Arts Methods (3 credits)

MAT 575: Fine and Performing Arts Methods (3 credits)

MAT 576 Social Studies Methods (3 credits)

MAT 577: Business and Marketing Methods (3 credits)

MAT 578: World Language Methods (3 credits)

Total: 36-39 credits