The MAT is a graduate level initial teacher certification program. This program is designed for candidates that have obtained an undergraduate degree in a field outside of education.
The plan of study for the MAT requires 39 credit hours of coursework. The coursework is done in a dual-delivery mode; candidates in the MAT attend classes on campus and are placed in area partner schools for authentic field experience.
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English, Math, Science, Social Studies
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Biology, Chemistry, Math, English, History, Physics
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Additional Program Requirements
Candidates seeking admittance to a GaPSC-approved educator preparation program during Summer or Fall 2020 semesters who are unable to satisfy the GACE Program Admission Assessment or provide exemption scores may be conditionally admitted at the discretion of the EPP.