Master of Arts in Teaching
|Dept. Prefix & CRS Number||Title & Description||Credit Hours|
|ESE 5342||Teaching the Adolescent Learner||3|
|FLE 5430||Theory & Practice of Teaching
English Language Learners (ESOL 1)
|FLE 5431||Second Language and Literacy Development in Children and Adolescents (ESOL 2)||3|
|FLE 5432||Language Principles, Acquisition & Assessment for Teaching English Language Learners (ESOL 3)||3|
|EDF 6432||Foundations of Measurement or an Assessment Strategies Course approved by the Program Faculty||3|
|ESE 5344||Classroom Management for the Diverse School & Society||3|
|LAE 5931||Classroom Communication||3|
|LAE 6738||Teaching Reading in English Class||3|
|LAE 6325||Methods of Teaching Middle School Language Arts||3|
|LAE 6339||Methods of Teaching Secondary English Language Arts||3|
|LAE 6637||Current Trends in English Education||3|
|Total Credit Hours = 39|
- See your advisor to determine a specialization. Credit hours will vary.
Internship - LAE 6947: Internship (fall & spring only)
- Students must complete a separate application for their internship that is due in early January for the following fall and early June for the following spring.
- MAT students who are full-time teachers may apply for an "in-service" internship and enroll in LAE 6947 during their final fall or spring semester of coursework to meet the internship requirement. Students planning an in-service internship must complete both the in-service internship application (contact the MAT program coordinator) and the pre-service internship application.
- Usually taken during or after LAE 6637
Program of Study