Graduate Teacher Education

MAT: Adolescent/Young Adult

Earn your initial license and Master's Degree concurrently.


Adolescent/Young Adult (42 credit hours) prepares individuals to teach grades 7-12. Licensure area options are integrated mathematics, integrated language arts, integrated social studies, integrated life science and chemistry.

Professional Education Courses 
EDUC 500* Social Foundations of Education (3)
EDUC 517 Educational and Assistive Technology (3)

EDUC 523* Content Area Literacy (3)
EDUC 528* Learning Differences and Exceptionalities (3)
EDUC 536* Co-Teaching and Collaboration in Education (2)
EDUC 550 Educational Psychology (3)
EDUC 555* Proactive Approaches to Classroom Management and Support (2)
EDUC 568 Assessment in Education (3)
EDUC 571* Professional Practices I (3)

EDUC 625 Adolescent/Young Adult Clinical Practice (8)
EDUC 627.5 Adolescent/Young Adult Professional Practices II and Seminar (3)

Choose the Content Course Corresponding to Licensure: 
EDUC 564* Adolescent and Young Adult Science Methodology (3)
EDUC 565* Adolescent and Young Adult Mathematics Methodology (3)
EDUC 566* Adolescent and Young Adult Language Arts Methodology (3)
EDUC 567* Adolescent and Young Adult Social Studies Methodology (3)

Choose the Seminar Course Corresponding to Licensure: 
EDUC 501 Chemistry Seminar (3)
EDUC 502 Language Arts Seminar (3)
EDUC 504 Math Seminar (3)
EDUC 505 Life Sciences Seminar (3)
EDUC 506 Social Studies Seminar (3) 

*Additional field hours are required

Bold– Foundational Education Courses

Students May Need Additional Content Courses

For a complete listing of MAT requirements, policies and procedures please refer to the Graduate Catalog (pdf).

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