The program is 58-59 credit hours.

Master of Arts in Teaching Core Curriculum: 46-47 credits

ED 594   Differentiation K-12 (2)
ED 550   The Effective Teaching Cycle I: Foundations and Planning (4)
ED 551   The Effective Teaching Cycle II: Assessment (4)
ED 595   Educational Development K-12 (2)
ED 513   Learning Environments I: Fostering Class Engagement (3)
ED 514   Learning Environments II: Advancing Every Student (2)
ED 515   Learning Environments III: Cultures and Communities (2) (or ED 522 Racial & Cultural Harmony (3)*)
ED 592   Technology Tools for Teaching (2)
ED 518   Professional Practice in the Teaching Community (2)
ED 572   Foundations of ESOL Education (3)
ED 510   Clinical Practice (17)
ED 519   Capstone: Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (3)

Program Endorsement Options: 12 credits

Multiple Subjects Option
ED 565   Methods: Literacy (4)
ED 566   Methods: Math (4)
ED 567   Methods: Natural and Social Sciences (4)

Language Arts Option                                                                              
ED 584   Methods I: Adolescent Literacy (4)                          
ED 585   Methods II: Strategies for grades 5-12 (4)             
ED 586   Methods III: Curriculum & the Profession (4)            
        
Mathematics Option
ED 537   Methods I: Foundation of Numerical Thought (4)
ED 538   Methods II: Cycles of Enactment (4)
ED 539   Methods III: Mathematics for Every Learner (4)

Science Option
ED 531   Methods I: Inquiry & the Nature of Science (4)
ED 532   Methods II: Supporting Students’ Conceptual Change (4)
ED 533   Methods III: Science for Every Learner (4)

Social Studies Option                                                                               
ED 587   Methods I: Adolescent Literacy (4)                          
ED 588   Methods II: Strategies for grades 5-12 (4)             
ED 589   Methods III: Contemporary Issues (4)     

*Part time MAT students and MAT students adding their ESOL endorsement may be required to take ED 522 in lieu of ED 515.  Curriculum is subject to change.