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Master of Arts in Teaching

  • Master of Arts in Teaching         

     The Masters of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) is a 39 semester-hour (13, 3-credit courses) professional degree program designed to prepare students for initial teacher certification. It is an alternative collaborative degree program offered by Salisbury University (SU) and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES).

     

    Who is the MAT intended for?

    The MAT is intended for students who have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education in an appropriate content area. Such students who wish to become teachers in a secondary school may prepare for teacher certification in the following state approved and nationally accredited programs:

     

    Programs offered by UMES        

    Art

    Biology

    Chemistry

    English

    Family and Consumer Sciences

    Mathematics

    Social Studies


    Programs offered by SU

    Biology

    Chemistry

    English

    Earth Science

    French

    History

    Mathematics

    Music (Vocal and Instrumental)

    Physics

    Spanish



         



              

     Successful completion of the program along with passing all Maryland State approved licensure tests will result in a Master’s degree as well as eligibility for the secondary teaching certificate (grades 7-12, or for art, grades preK-12) in the state of Maryland. Students take thirteen 3-credit courses to complete the program.  Full-time students complete the program in 17 months. The overall goal of the MAT program is to prepare students to become effective educators in secondary schools and to meet certification and professional standards.




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    Please contact the UMES MAT Director, Dr. Charles G. Baldwin, at cgbaldwin@umes.edu (preferred)or by phone at 410-651-6222 for more information.
      
    Department of Education
    Hazel Hall  
    University of Maryland Eastern
    Princess Anne, MD  21853
    (410) 621-2558