If you already hold a bachelor’s degree and wish to make a career change to become a certified teacher, the Master of Arts in Teaching degree programs at Plymouth State will help you achieve your goals. Innovative and talented faculty will mentor you as you develop your skills as a professional teacher. Each program consists of core education classes, content-area coursework, and a supervised internship or student teaching experience.
You have two options for your MAT degree:
Completing your degree with Plymouth State is more convenient than ever with courses on- and off-campus throughout the state, including Plymouth, Waterville Valley, and 2 Pillsbury Street in Concord. Evening and weekend class times, as well as week-long institutes and online classes, allow you to take courses while maintaining your job and home life.
With rolling admission, you may start your program during any term and can take up to 12 master’s level credits before being admitted to Plymouth State. Financial aid is available to qualified students.