Prepare to become a skilled English language and literature educator for middle and high school students through course work and student teaching.
In just over one year, you’ll earn your MAT through an immersive teacher residency experience paired with technology-enhanced course work.
Pursue your initial teaching certification in English, grades 7–12, through extensive course work, school-based fieldwork, and two semesters of supervised student teaching.
Learn new skills, theories, and strategies for teaching English to secondary and high school students through rigorous course work and content specialization.
Prepare to work as an English teacher in private and community colleges, teachers’ colleges, and community settings in this non-certification program.
Gain initial teaching certification eligibility and learn pedagogical methods and drama strategies for the teaching of theatre, reading, writing, and language arts.
Explore deep English content knowledge and pedagogical methods that address the needs of students with disabilities and other learning challenges.
Build your career as a university researcher, English curriculum specialist, or English teacher educator in post-secondary school systems.