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A minimum of ten courses are required for a MA in Teaching Latin and Classical Humanities (MAT).
The Department of Classical Studies requires candidates to complete the following courses:
- two Latin courses at or above the 500 level
- one course in Roman history
- one course from the related fields of archaeology, art history, mythology, philosophy, or religion
The School of Education requires candidates to complete the following courses:
- SED CT 575 General Methods of Instruction, Grades 5-12
- SED DS 502 Intro to Adolescent Development
- SED ED 500 Foundations of Educational Practices
- SED ED 501 Foundations of Educational Practices
- SED SE 510 Special Education: Curriculum and Instruction
- SED RS 600 Perspectives on Inquiry
- SED CL 520 Methods of Teaching: Latin and Classical Studies
- SED CL 540 Student Teaching Practicum: Latin and Classical Studies
Comprehensive Examination Requirements
Candidates must demonstrate, by written examination, proficiency in the following:
- Latin translation
- History of Latin Literature
- Greek translation (or one semester of ancient Greek at the university level)
Fieldwork and student teaching in Boston-area schools will be arranged through the School of Education.
Contact Professor Ann Vasaly, MAT Coordinator in the Department of Classical Studies, (617-33-2427) or Dr. Stephan Ellenwood, MAT Coordinator in the School of Education, (617-353-3238) for more information regarding these requirements.