Must already have a baccalaureate degree or be lateral entry teacher seeking secondary teacher licensure. Students enrolling in the M.A.T. program must select one subject specialty area. Students may have to take additional undergraduate subject area coursework in order to meet licensure requirements. Students are required to remove academic area deficiencies prior to enrollment in the graduate methods course and internship. Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Overall minimum GPA of 2.7 (3.0 preferred) on 4.0 scale for all undergraduate work or minimum 3.0 on 4.0 scale in last 60 hours of study which may include no more than 12 hours graduate study. Prerequisite specialty area course requirements should be completed prior to applying for the “A” level license. See advisor or department chair for evaluation of these courses. Provide scores from either the GRE general section or the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) taken within the last five years. The GRE or MAT are not required for students who currently hold a Master’s Degree. Three letters of recommendation. Resume and written essay outlining applicant’s graduate educational goals and professional objectives.
Prerequisite Specialty Area Course Requirements: 15-18 Credits
EDUC 697 is a supervised internship and requires placement in the public schools. The student must contact the Director of Teacher Education, advisor, and Department Chair of MGSS the semester prior to enrolling in this course for placement in the public EDUC 697 constitutes Student Teaching and requires admission prior to registration.