The Master of Arts in Teaching degree is offered in these locations and online:
Choosing to enroll in Friends University’s Master of Arts in Teaching program will open to you a world of educational and professional experiences and opportunities.
One aspect that makes Friends University unique is the relationship between the students and the faculty. The faculty is open and accessible to students, truly committed to teaching, made up of accomplished scholars, and possess a vast number of years of public school teaching experience. We recognize that our primary mission is to encourage our graduate students to excel as teachers who can perform and succeed at any level.
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) at Friends University is a 30-credit-hour, 18-month degree program. The focus is on the practical application of classroom learning-teaching skills, utilizing the best of theory and practice. Each student, with a faculty advisor, designs an individualized plan for a research study that is targeted, relevant and immediately applicable. Most courses are offered in eight-week time frames, with three formats: traditional classroom, hybrid and online.
Come to the Friends University campus one evening a week and meet with fellow students in your cohort group and your professor.
Meet together with your fellow students and your professor one Saturday a month while completing the remainder of the Master's in Teaching degree online.
Complete your MAT degree anywhere you can access the Internet, meeting with your fellow students and your professor virtually.
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Welcome to the Master of Arts in Teaching page at Friends University. On this Web site, you will find descriptions of our program, its faculty, and its students. Choosing to attend Friends University will open to you a world of educational and professional experiences and opportunities.
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