The Integrated Master of Arts in Teaching (IMAT) program is a high impact, high quality, program designed to generate student desire to attain 6-12 teacher certification and to recruit highly qualified undergraduate STEM majors for the teaching profession. Graduates will earn a Bachelor’s Degree (B.S.) in Mathematics AND a Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) through a streamlined program.
Core Curriculum Areas A‑E (with Overlay Areas I, II, and III): 42 Hours
Successful application to the IMAT degree must be completed before enrollment in any graduate classes is allowed. A 2.75 overall GPA is required for application and a graduate GPA of 3.0 must be maintained throughout the graduate program. Please see the Graduate Catalog for course descriptions.
EDTD 5364 - Planning for Instruction: 3
EDTD 5491 - Classroom Management Techniques and Strategies: 3
EDTD 5432 - Teaching for Equity and Diversity: 3
EDTD 5225 - Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum: 3
EDTD 5381 - Assessment and Differentiation: 3
EDUC 5020 - Theories of Learning: 3
EDTD 5241 - Best Practices in Mathematics Education: 3
MATH 6800 - Secondary Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective: 3