M.A. in Teaching (School of Education)
The Master of Arts in Teaching is a practitioner's degree, designed to give you the advanced skills and understanding for classroom application. The M.A.T. focuses on classroom practices, such as classroom management, distinguishing it from the Master of Arts in Education, which includes a greater emphasis on professional writing, research, theory and preparation for Ph.D. studies.
The M.A.T. program is designed primarily for students with a bachelor's degree who desire to earn a credential while working towards a master's degree. Students may also earn the M.A.T. without the credential.
- Curriculum & Instruction
- Clear Credential
- Early Childhood
- History & Philosophy of Science
- Linguistics & Intercultural Studies
- Special Education
- Multiple Subject
- Single Subject
The School of Education seeks to admit applicants who are passionate about training and mentoring students, and who desire to be trained and mentored themselves. If that's you, then we're excited about the prospect of training you, equipping you and getting to know you as you seek to make an impact in the classroom, office, home or the mission field. As an evangelical Christian institution, Biola University requires that an applicant has been a Christian for at least one year prior to admission. Biola does not discriminate on the basis of the applicant's race, color, sex, handicap, or national or ethnic origin.
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Last updated January 24, 2018