Graduate Areas of Study

Master of Arts in Teaching, Teacher Leadership

The Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership is a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree program with a customized option for an Independent Schools focus

Master of Arts in Teaching, Mathematics

The Master of Arts in Mathematics Teaching is an M.A.T. degree program to strengthen skills and expertise of educators wishing to enhance their professional credentials to become teacher leaders in mathematics education.

Master of Arts in Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching is an M.A.T. degree program with a customized option for an Independent Schools focus and with Initial Teacher Licensure in over 30 areas, including:

  • Biology (8-12)
  • Chemistry (8-12)
  • Dance (All)
  • Early Childhood (PreK-2)
  • Earth and Space Science (8-12)
  • Elementary (1-6)
  • English (5-12)
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)/English Language Learners (ELL) (PreK-6; 5-12)
  • Foreign Language (5-12)
  • General Science (5-8)
  • History (5-12)
  • Mathematics (5-8; 8-12)
  • Middle school: Humanities¬†(5-8)
  • Middle school: Mathematics/Science (5-8)
  • Music: Vocal/Instrumental/General (All)
  • Physics (8-12)
  • Social Science (5-12)
  • Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8;5-12)
  • Theatre (All)
  • Visual Arts (PreK-8; 5-12)

Professional Development: Graduate Education Institutes and Non-degree Courses

In addition to our degree programs, there is a range of other opportunities to learn through our graduate-level institutes and customized on-site professional development offered through our initial teacher licensure, teacher leadership and mathematics teaching programs in the following areas: