Secondary Education – Technology Education
Faculty: Dr. Steve O’Brien, Chair; Dr. Matthew Cathell.
The Master of Arts in Teaching program consists of a core of courses taken by all students pursuing the degree in addition to specialization courses taken to prepare students for licensure in a particular area of emphasis. The program is designed to allow a cohort of full-time students to complete the MAT in fourteen months. Students may also elect to complete the program on a part-time basis.
For further information about this program, contact: Dr. Steve O’Brien (609) 771-2782/ firstname.lastname@example.org; visit Graduate Studies for more information about the application process.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited or approved institution
Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
(The GRE requirement may be waived under certain circumstances.)
MAT Graduation Requirement
Must meet undergraduate content area knowledge requirement of 30 credits
A cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the MAT program
Completion of all department requirements/prerequisites
- TCED 690 Advanced Curriculum in Design & Engineering (3 credits)
Culminating Experience Core Requirement:
- EDUC 700 COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION (0 credits)
PROGRAM TOTAL: 36 Credit Hour