Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Art

Our program focuses on the academic and studio needs of teachers and visual artists who want to become initially and professionally licensed to teach in Massachusetts. The program provides the skills and competencies needed by visual arts teachers and includes a strong studio component in addition to curriculum development and teaching methods.

Please visit our Licensure and Certification page for licensure questions and our Field Experience page for fieldwork questions.


    To apply to this program, please visit our graduate admissions section please visit our graduate admissions section.


      Visit the 2015-2016 School of Graduate Studies catalog page for more course details and program requirements:
      Art, 5-12 initial license, master of arts in teaching 
      Art, PK-8 initial license, master of arts in teaching
      Art, professional license, master of arts in teaching 
      Please note that the MAT art professional license program will be accepting applications for fall 2015.


        Dr. Rebecca Plummer Rohloff, MAT art program coordinator
        Please contact the School of Graduate Studies at 978.542.6323 to set up an appointment with Dr. Rohloff. 
        Dr. Meg Black, instructor
        Dr. Cynthia McCann, instructor

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