MAT in Special Education: General Curriculum

The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Special Education: General Curriculum prepares individuals to teach students with disabilities in a variety of inclusive settings. The program is designed for those seeking initial teacher licensure.

  • 30–33 credit hours
  • Fully online courses
  • Designed for teachers seeking initial licensure in Special Education: General Curriculum K–12
  • 15-month program (cohorts begin in June)
  • Required student teaching experience
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Prepare for a career working with individuals with disabilities who follow the general curriculum in a variety of inclusive settings.

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