If you hold a bachelor’s degree in any field and want to make a difference in the lives of schoolchildren, the Bellarmine Master of Arts in Teaching program is right for you. Our five-semester, flexible MAT makes it convenient for you to earn your degree while working full time. We offer spring and fall start dates and a variety of focus areas to choose from. Get a prestigious, individualized Bellarmine degree at the same price as the large state schools. Bellarmine MAT teachers are always in demand.
MAT degrees are available in the following focus areas (click to see curricula and details):
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School districts may apply tuition supports for this program, please contact your school district’s personnel specialist. As a degree seeking student in the MAT program, students should be eligible for federally supported forms of student aid. Financial aid questions should be directed to the Financial Aid Office at Bellarmine University (firstname.lastname@example.org
All Bellarmine University Annsley Frazier Thornton School of Education teacher education programs at the
advanced level recognized by the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board are fully accredited by
the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), 2010 Massachusetts Avenue, NW,
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The Annsley Frazier Thornton School of Education prepares caring, effective educators in the Catholic liberal
arts tradition of Bellarmine University to teach and lead in diverse settings. The Master of Arts in Teaching
programs offer a best practice, research-based curriculum with a foundation in the liberal arts. Candidates demonstrate
proficient to distinguished performance through the following criteria: individual course assessments,
field and clinical evaluations, disposition assessments, benchmark assessments, and standardized exams.
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