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University Of Dallas Master of Arts in Teaching 4+1 Program
University Of Dallas

Master of Arts in Teaching 4+1 Program

Irving, USA

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Sep 2024

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Introduction

University of Dallas undergraduate students can get a head start on their master's degree from the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts by taking graduate-level courses in their senior year to fulfill some of the requirements for the Master of Arts in Teaching program. This program is designed so that students can complete both their undergraduate and graduate degrees in just five years.

The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) focuses on the advancement of teaching as a career and is designed to offer current University of Dallas undergraduate students the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree in five years, in conjunction with baccalaureate studies. The 4+1 M.A.T. offers education majors, as well as students majoring in subjects other than education, the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree with Texas teacher certification. Theology majors are prepared to teach in Catholic elementary or secondary education settings. UD students can expect to gain hands-on teaching experience and to work directly with elementary or secondary students and practitioners in the field. The M.A.T. will provide in-depth knowledge of teaching coupled with extensive experiences in the classroom as a clinical teacher under the direct supervision of university faculty and accomplished classroom teachers.

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