from the Bulletin
A joint program with the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, the MAT program is a one-calendar-year program designed for liberal arts majors who want to continue their graduate studies in an academic field and at the same time secure teacher licensure. Students may be admitted to programs in preparation for teaching English, Latin, and classical humanities, history, mathematics, modern foreign languages (French, Spanish), social studies, or science at the secondary level. The MAT program requires a minimum of 46 graduate-level credits. (Please note that the MAT in English requires 48 credits for graduation.) The MAT credit requirements include a supervised practicum for initial licensure.