Master of Arts (MAT)
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program is skillfully designed for students seeking to complete educational research and earn a Multiple Subject or Single Subject Teaching Credential for public or private school. Taught by seasoned faculty with both academic and field experience, this program covers 41 units of teaching preparation courses. Built around a cohort model, our future teachers quickly bond and grow as they learn together.
ROCKLIN, SAN JOSE & REMOTE
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
All candidates participating in the Master of Arts in Teaching program will experience some degree of transformation. However, it is expected that each brings a pre-existing foundation of knowledge, depth of content, and life experience into their graduate level education. Furthermore, all candidates will complete introductory, practice, and demonstration assignments with their best efforts to help develop the scholar-practitioner graduate culture at Jessup. While engaged in their studies, candidates will thrive spiritually, receive a quality liberal arts education, and develop highly employable skills.
This program is approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Dean - School of Education
Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, Associate Professor - School of Education
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Associate Professor - School of Education
Director of Teacher Credentialing, Field Experience Coordinator - School of Education
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