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Master of Arts in Teaching


Individuals who want a change in their careers or are re-entering the workforce, and who bring valuable work and life experience into the classroom.

Pursue the challenge and reward of a career change. Perhaps it came when you were a volunteer coach. Perhaps it came when you became a parent, or when your children began school. Perhaps it was the realization of what a certain teacher meant to you in your life. Or maybe it was just a desire to share your knowledge and experience with a new generation. Your work and your life experiences have led you here. You are being called to teach. Mount St. Mary's has a program to help you realize your calling and your passion.

Admission Requirements & Application

Individuals wishing to apply for admission into the MAT program should submit the following items:

  • Completed application-available online
  • Nonrefundable $35 application fee
  • Undergraduate transcript(s) from an accredited four-year institution
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Praxis I-Academic Skills Assessment passing scores and Praxis II Content Knowledge passing scores.
    The State of Maryland also accepts SAT, GRE, and ACT qualifying scores
  • An admissions portfolio
  • Admission interview-For foreign language, a writing sample and language proficiency interview are required.

► See Degree Requirements and Required Courses
► See Course Information
► Tuition and Fees
► Register for Classes
► MAT Policy Manual

Contact Us

Barbara Martin Palmer, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Education and Human Services
Locations: Emmitsburg and Frederick
Telephone: 301-447-5371
Fax: 301-447-7405
gradeducation@msmary.edu

 
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