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Master of Arts in Teaching, Middle School Education Grades 4-8 PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Program (507A)

The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Middle School Education is designed for talented professionals from diverse career backgrounds who have non-education baccalaureate degrees and want to earn initial Louisiana teacher certification in Middle School Education, Grades 4-8, and meet the requirements for becoming a “highly qualified” educator.

The MAT for Elementary Grades 1-5 requires 36 hours of graduate coursework, including a one-year Internship in Teaching. Candidates must present a passing score on the PRAXIS II pedagogy test prior to enrollment in the Internship. Courses are offered 100% online. Applicants may begin the program in the summer, fall, or spring semester.

For additional information, go to the Department of Teaching, Leadership and Counseling.

Email:  TEACHNorthwestern@nsula.edu
Phone:  318.357.6144
Contact: Ms. Suzanne Williams, Teacher Certification

Admission and Retention Requirements for MAT Degree Programs
Course Rotation for 507A