High school is different than every other school experience for both teachers and their students. With our Master of Arts in Teaching degrees, you’ll gain a strong foundation in adolescent development, classroom best practices and engaging technology.
Accredited by NCATE and DESE, Webster University’s Master of Arts in Teaching with an emphasis in Secondary School Education is an in-depth study of your chosen discipline. You’ll create curriculum and assessments based on the best educational theories and practices, motivate students using the latest social and technological tools, collaborate with parents and peers to support student learning and be able to appreciate and respond to the diverse needs of students at different developmental stages.
High school is an unforgettable time. With a master’s degree from Webster, you’ll become a confident and compassionate teacher, and you’ll make a lasting impact on teens’ lives.
This MAT program prepares graduate students for certification in secondary school education in their chosen discipline:
|Art (K-12)||German (K-12)|
|Biology (9-12)||Mathematics (9-12)|
|Chemistry (9-12)||Social Science (9-12)|
|English (9-12)||Spanish (K-12)|
Secondary Education Academic Programs
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