Cost of Attendance
The Master of Arts in Teaching program requires 53-54 total credits. Students have the ability to take all of these courses online, which lends itself to less fees. Graduate Assistantships are available for students who complete the application process and are chosen by the program. Please visit the financial aid department to learn more about the programs available for graduate students. Fall 2013, tuition for online courses will be $360 per graduate credit.
Classroom based courses are assessed tuition and fees at the on-campus rates.
(Tuition and fee rates are subject to change pending approval)
MAT Graduate Scholarship
$2400 award for 2013-2014
Who's eligible to apply for a scholarship? MAT candidates starting a cohort in January, March, or June 2014 who are focusing in math (basic or advanced) or science (biology, chemistry, physics, or integrated science) and who submit a complete MAT application to the College of Education.
Link to MAT Graduate Scholarship application
MAT scholarship application deadlines:
October 11, 2013 for students applying to the MAT January 2014 cohort
January 17, 2014 for students applying to the MAT March 2014 cohort
February 14, 2014 for students applying to the MAT June 2014 cohorts
Other funds available for MAT candidates - TEACH Grant
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