ARTED-MAT - Adolescent Visual Art Education All Grades
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The goals of the MAT degree program are to:
• fulfill Initial Certification requirements in a content area;
• fulfill MAT degree requirements; and,
• fulfill Professional Certification requirements in a content or related area.
The MAT degree in Secondary Education consists of existing courses in state-certified Post-Baccalaureate and MSEd programs in Secondary Education. An MAT includes these existing 24 credits, 6 additional credits Content Courses MATH 505 Problem Solving MATH 509 Set Theory and Logic MATH 524 History of Mathematics English (18 credits) Pedagogical Content Courses One Reading Elective from the following: SEYS 740, 741, 746.
One Writing Elective: SEYS 763 One Contemporary Issues/Research Course from the following: SEYS 764, 781, 767.3† Content Courses 9 credits in English Art (18 credits) Pedagogical Content Courses 6 credits from the following: SEYS 712, SEYS 724, SEYS 725, SEYS 727, SEYS 732 SEYS 773
Research Seminar Content Courses ARTS 600 / ARTH 500 (Total of 9 credits from 500- and 600-level Art and Art History courses). Science (18 credits) Pedagogical Content Courses SEYS 753 or 754 or 756 SEYS 777 SEYS 778
Content Courses 9 credits in Science area of certification. Critical Languages (15 credits) Pedagogical Content Courses SEYS 743 SEYS 785 SEYS 786 in advanced pedagogy, and 9–12 credits in content courses. Upon completion of the 24 credits in the Post Baccalaureate program, students are eligible for Initial Certification in the content area. Upon completion of the remaining 15–21 credits for the MAT degree, students are eligible for Professional Certification in the content or related area.