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Accelerated Master of Arts in Teaching

In person and online programs


AMAT Elementary Education 

EndorsementQuarterCredits



Elementary



Summer 1

11

Autumn 1

13

Winter 1

12

Spring 2

9

Summer 2*

15*

AMAT Secondary and P-12 Endorsements

EndorsementQuarterCredits



K-12 and Secondary


Summer 1

11

Autumn 1

13

Winter 1

9

Spring 1

12

Summer 2

15*

AMAT Special Education and Elementary

EndorsementQuarterCredits



Special Education


Summer 1

11

Autumn 1

13

Winter 1

12

Spring 1

9 +3*

Summer 2

15*

AMAT Special Education and Secondary/P-12 Endorsements

Endorsement

QuarterCredits



Special Education


Summer 1

11

Autumn 1

13

Winter 1

12

Spring 1

9 + 3*

Summer 2

15*

Accelerated Master of Teaching Math and Science

in person and online

AMTMS

Endorsement

QuarterCredits



Math and/or Science


Summer 1

8

Autumn 1

13

Winter 1

12

Spring 2

12

Summer 2

15*



Credits for meeting degree requirements. Most students complete degree classes the second summer, though classes may be deferred subsequent quarters or incorporated into the academic year during internship. Completion of degree classes is not needed for earning Residency Teacher Certification. Requirements for earning Residency Teacher Certification are met at the conclusion of spring quarter. Earning the Residency Teaching Certificate is a requirement master's degree.

Students who have already earned graduate degrees may waive 12 credits of masters degree courses.


Master of Arts in Teaching (2 year) 

in person and online


AMAT Elementary Education 

Endorsement

QuarterCredits




Elementary

Autumn 1

5

Winter 1

3+3*

Spring 1

6

Summer 1

9

Autumn 28
Winter 210
Spring 27

Plus 4, 3 credit classes for the masters degree

AMAT Secondary and P-12 Endorsements

Endorsement

QuarterCredits




K-12 and Secondary

Autumn 1

2+3*

Winter 1

3+3*

Spring 1

6

Summer 1

9

Autumn 28
Winter 210-13
Spring 27

Plus 3, 3 credit classes for the masters degree

AMAT Special Education and Elementary

Endorsement

QuarterCredits



Special Education and Elementary

Autumn 1

5

Winter 1

6

Spring 1

3+3*

Summer 1

9

Autumn 28
Winter 210
Spring 27

Plus 4, 3 credit classes for the masters degree

AMAT Special Education and Secondary/P-12

Endorsement

QuarterCredits



Special Education and Elementary


Autumn 1

5

Winter 1

6

Spring 1

3+3*

Summer 1

9

Autumn 28
Winter 210
Spring 27

Plus 4, 3 credit classes for the masters degree


Credits for meeting degree requirements. Most students complete all 15 degree credits (5 classes) during the 2 years of their program. Completion of degree classes is not needed for earning Residency Teacher Certification. Requirements for earning Residency Teacher Certification are met at the conclusion of the second spring quarter. Earning the Residency Teaching Certificate is a requirement master's degree. 

Students who have already earned graduate degrees may waive 12 credits of masters degree courses.


Alternative Routes to Certification 


ARC Elementary Education

Endorsement

Quarter

6000-level credits

5000-level credits



Elementary Education


All Term
5

Summer

5


Autumn

6

3

Winter

5

3

Spring

5

3

ARC Secondary/P-12 Education

Endorsement

Quarter

6000-level credits

5000-level credits



Secondary/P12


All Term
5

Summer

5


Autumn

6

3

Winter

5

3

Spring

5

3

ARC Special Education and Elementary Education

Endorsement

Quarter

6000-level credits

5000-level credits


Special Education and Elementary Education


All Term

Summer

5

6

Autumn

6

6

Winter

5

6

Spring

6

6

ARC Special Education and Secondary/P-12

Endorsement

Quarter

6000-level credits

5000-level credits


Special Education and Secondary /P-12


All Term

Summer

5

6

Autumn

6

6

Winter

5

6

Spring

6

6

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