International Teaching and Learning: Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)
About our International Teaching and Learning: Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Program (non-cert)
This master’s degree program is designed to meet the needs of globally-focused individuals with a desire and passion to teach internationally. It is intended to bridge international experience with theory, research, and best-practice for teaching P-12 students. As part of this full-time, three-semester program candidates complete 33 credit hours in graduate level course and practicum field work that will help them better understand students, teaching, assessment, and reflective practice from a global perspective. This program focuses on preparing teachers for P-12 students and schools they may encounter around the world, and is not registered as leading to teaching certification in any single jurisdiction.
Candidates must hold a teaching position in a school partnering with Niagara University’s MAT program in International Teaching and Learning (non-cert) in order to complete the field experience requirements for this degree. Please note that this program does not prepare students to obtain New York State certification.
Assistant Director of Graduate Programs, College of Education
Dr. Michael Smith
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$455 Per Credit Hour
$1,365 Per 3-Credit Hour Course
$15,000 For Program