Master of Arts in Teaching
The MAT degree program provides highly qualified, bachelor-degree holders with an opportunity to earn a Master's degree and a North Carolina teaching license in one of fifteen concentrations. Each concentration requires a minimum of five face-to-face, campus-based core courses in addition to discipline-specific course work. The program's classes begin each year in the summer 2 semester and end at the conclusion of the following summer 1 semester. Each MAT candidate spends spring semester in a full-time internship working with a certified, ECU-trained clinical teacher and university supervisor.