Join an information session for a program overview and opportunity to have your questions answered. Alternating Wednesdays during the Fall semester: 9/15, 9/29, 10/13, 10/27, 11/10, 12/1Time: 5:30-6:30PMJoin link: https://wpunj.zoom.us/j/97759165584
The 33 credit Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education Clinical Practice program allows graduate students to earn initial teacher certification in Elementary Education (K-6) and a Master of Arts in Teaching degree. The coursework begins in May of the first summer and ends August of the following summer, with experiences in educational settings integrated into course requirements. Content and pedagogy courses are offered on campus in the evening and online. The program includes a year-long residency starting in September during which students are in area schools three days a week in the fall and four days a week in the spring.
~Applicants to the MAT K-6 program must apply for a Substitute Teaching License immediately. A Substitute Teaching License will be needed for participation in clinical experiences. See http://www.wpunj.edu/coe/departments/field/substitute-license.html
+Clinical practice requires prior application through the Office of Field Experiences. Clinical experience applications must be submitted as soon as applicants are admitted into the program. For additional information please contact the Office of Field Experiences 973-720-3132 or 973-720-2109.
In addition to the University’s admission requirements:
Requirements to be completed prior to Clinical Practice:
*Applicants wishing to obtain an endorsement in Teacher of Students with Disabilities may apply six credits of the MAT K-6 coursework to the TSD Endorsement Program requirements. These credits can not be applied to the M.Ed. in Teacher of Students with Disabilities.
April 30st: Summer semester *International students are advised to apply by: December 1st Summer (May intake)
Matriculation: Summer term ***Obtain Substitute Teaching License immediately when applying for this program.**
Professor Julie Rosenthal Program Director, Department of Teacher Education, Pk-12 firstname.lastname@example.org
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