Application Deadline: February 15 for summer admission. The MAT one-year option program only admits students one time per year, in the summer.
Please note that an Educational Studies minor will be required for admission for Summer 2019. Applicants for summer 2018 will need to complete EDUC 101, EDUC200, and EDUC 220. Applicants for Summer 2017 are encouraged to take courses in the Educational Studies minor to reduce coursework during the program. Consult your academic advisor for more details. Consult the “minors” section of the current undergraduate catalog (page 140) for more information on the Educational Studies minor.
Applicants to this program must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and must have completed that degree within one year of beginning the one-year MAT program. Additional admission requirements include:
Applicants who do not meet these eligibility guidelines are welcomed and encouraged to apply to our traditional Master of Arts in Teaching program.
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This option includes education and art education courses leading up to the internship year. Required studio and/or art history courses not previously taken will need to be integrated into the program or taken prior to enrolling.
1. General admission requirements: Transcript evaluation and content requirements; One year time limitation - must begin program within one year of graduation; and 3.0 GPA.2. A graduate candidate should earn a preferred score of 151 on the verbal portion of the GRE and a preferred score of 153 on the quantitative portion of the GRE and have a preferred combined score on these portions of the GRE of 304. A graduate candidate taking the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) should have a preferred score of 392.
*Applicants who speak French or Spanish as their first language must present an undergraduate degree from an accredited university in the subject area they wish to teach. If the area of specialization is not in the proposed area of certification, applicants are advised to apply to the traditional MAT program offered at Winthrop.
Additional Admission Requirements for Specialization in 9-12 Social Studies
*Exposure to coursework in all areas (some above the 299-level) will be necessary to pass the state licensure tests and to meet the content expectations of the National Council for Social Studies teacher preparation standards. Candidates without comprehensive experiences will be referred to the traditional MAT program for addition coursework.