Jun 20, 2018  
2014-2015 Graduate Catalog 

MAT - Integrated Science Revision Winter 2015

Master of Arts in Teaching - Secondary Integrated Science Concentration (MAT-ED SIS)

The MAT - Secondary Integrated Science Concentration is a full-time 47-52 hour program leading to initial teaching certification in Integrated Science grades 6-12. The program is designed for a qualified student to begin in the Spring semester and finish at the end of the following second Winter semester. Admission to the program will be typically in Winter, with coursework to begin in May. The program is intended for students with a BA or BS in Integrated/General Science or an equivalent degree who wish to earn State of Michigan teacher certification.

Admission Criteria:

  1. Meet the Graduate School admission requirements;
  2. Hold a 2.75 undergraduate GPA or 3.0 in the last half of the undergraduate work or 3.3 GPA in 12 hours or more of work at the graduate level or a minimum 50th percentile on the Graduate Record Examination writing. International students must have a minimum score of 550 on the TOEFL; 
  3. For Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education (ECE) , elementary education, middle level education, secondary education, curriculum and instruction, and for students in educational media and technology who are pursuing the NP endorsement: hold a valid teaching credential. For international students who do not intend to teach in the United States, this requirement can be waived. Teaching certification is NOT required for the programs Master of Arts in Educational Psychology (EPDL) Master of Arts in Social Foundations of Education (SFND) , or for students in Master of Arts in Educational Media and Technology (EDMT)  not pursuing the NP endorsement;
  4. Furnish an analysis of professional goals written by the candidate. This analysis should include a description of how the chosen degree program will help meeting the selected goals and how the candidate’s life experiences, accomplishments and interests will contribute to his or her success in the program; and
  5. Request and have submitted two letters of recommendation that address the candidate’s professional commitment, experience and potential. The transcripts, analysis of goals and letters of recommendation should give evidence of potential for graduate-level scholarship.

Science Content Courses: 11-16 hours

Biology: 3-4 hours

Choose one course from the following:

Earth and Space Science: 2-3 hours

Choose one course from the following:

History of Science: 2-3 hours

Choose one course from the following:

Physical Science: 2-3 hours

Choose one course from the following:

Science Technology for Educators: 2-3 hours

Choose one course from the following:

Program Total: 47-52 hours

Master of Arts in Teaching Concentrations

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