The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.) degree provides students with a professional and practical foundation in pedagogy, classroom practices, and theory. The program aligns with the NJ Department of Education code requirements and provides students with an academic year (Fall and Spring) placement in a local school for hands-on practical learning experiences.
Students will come away with a solid theoretical background in educational practice, a comprehensive picture of diversity and its role in classrooms and schools, a clear understanding of best clinical practices, and an appreciation of professional practices and responsibilities.
Concentrations offered through the Rutgers-Camden M.A.T.: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Special Education
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited undergraduate school
- 3.0 GPA in Bachelor’s degree or higher
- Two letters of recommendation
- A statement regarding the applicant’s personal and professional goals and experience
- For Special Education concentration candidates only, proof of current teaching license
All include Student Teaching Clinicals
- Early Childhood Education: 33 total credits
- Elementary Education: 30 total credits
- Secondary Education: 30 total credits
- Special Education: 30 total credits