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Master of Arts in Teaching

Science

Explore MBU’s Master of Arts in Teaching Science licensure program.

 Whether you’re an experienced science teacher or ready for a career change, our state-approved MAT-Science licensing program is the perfect way to advance your opportunities. This graduate degree program offers you professional certification as a science educator—equipping you with knowledge, classroom skills, and best practice instructional strategies. The MAT-Science licensing program includes mentored clinical experiences and student teaching and leads directly to a WI Secondary Broad Field Science license (grades 4-12).

PROGRAM COURSES

EDUC 520 Student Learning and Motivation (3)
EDUC 525 Classroom Management and Positive Behavior Practices (3)
EDUC 585 Content Area Reading (3)
EDUC 530 Curriculum Theory and Practice (3)
EDUC 535 Instructional Improvement through Assessment (3)
EDUC 540 Biblical Perspectives in Human Relations and Counseling (3)
EDUC 541 Human Relations Clinical (1)
EDUC 545 Exceptionality in Student Learning (3)
EDUC 546 Exceptionality in Student Learning Clinical (1)
EDUC 555 Technology for Teaching and Learning (3)
EDUC 522 Meeting the Needs of the Adolescent Learner with Clinical (3)
EDUC 563 Methods of Teaching Science (3)
EDUC 571 Student Teaching 1 (3)
EDUC 572 Student Teaching 2 (3)

**Some clinical experiences may be satisfied with three or more years of teaching experience.

TOTAL: 30-38 credits

Explore MBU’s Master of Arts in Teaching Science licensure program.

Whether you’re an experienced science teacher or ready for a career change, our state-approved MAT-Science license is the perfect way to advance your opportunities. This graduate degree program offers you professional certification as a science educator—equipping you with knowledge, classroom skills, and best practice instructional strategies. The MAT-Science license includes mentored clinical experiences and student teaching.

PROGRAM COURSES

EDUC 520 Student Learning and Motivation (3)
EDUC 525 Classroom Management and Positive Behavior Practices (3)
EDUC 585 Content Area Reading (3)
EDUC 530 Curriculum Theory and Practice (3)
EDUC 535 Instructional Improvement through Assessment (3)
EDUC 540 Biblical Perspectives in Human Relations and Counseling (3)
EDUC 541 Human Relations Clinical (1)
EDUC 545 Exceptionality in Student Learning (3)
EDUC 546 Exceptionality in Student Learning Clinical (1)
EDUC 555 Technology for Teaching and Learning (3)
EDUC 522 Meeting the Needs of the Adolescent Learner with Clinical (3)
EDUC 563 Methods of Teaching Science (3)
EDUC 571 Student Teaching 1 (3)
EDUC 572 Student Teaching 2 (3)

**Some clinical experiences may be satisfied with three or more years of teaching experience.

TOTAL: 30-38 credits

DEGREE
BENEFITS

Earn a Wisconsin DPI approved teaching license - check with a program advisor about license transferability to your state
Online classes are offered year-round with six start dates per year
Clinical requirements may be satisfied by 3 or more years of teaching experience
Our competitive pricing makes the program feasible and affordable
Our graduate programs are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
Complete your master's in two years or less -- entirely online
Graduate Assistantships are available

PROGRAM

ENTRANCE

REQUIREMENTS

Prior Education and Admissions Requirements
    • A bachelor’s degree.
    • A grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale
    • A minimum of 21 undergraduate credits in science.
    • A background check and fingerprinting

 

Testing Requirements

Praxis II General Science Exam # 5435.

A passing score is 154.

PROGRAM

ENTRANCE

REQUIREMENTS

Prior Education and Admissions Requirements
    • A bachelor’s degree.
    • A grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale

(conditional acceptance may be granted)

  • A background check and fingerprinting
Testing Requirements

Praxis II General Science Exam # 5435.

A passing score is 154.

APPLICATION

PROCESS

Step One

Complete this FREE application.

Step Two

Email your unofficial transcripts to admissions@mbu.edu. The initial evaluation may be done using un-official transcripts. Applicants who are admitted to the MAT program, however, will need to submit an official transcript to document course taken and grades earned prior to admission. Official transcripts from your undergraduate institution should be mailed to the following address:

  • Maranatha Baptist University
  • Attention: Admissions
  • 745 W. Main St.
  • Watertown, WI 53094
Step Three

An Admissions counselor will review your bachelor’s degree to determine if you have met program entrance requirements.

Step Four

After prerequisites requirements have been satisfied, a background check and fingerprinting must be completed.

Step Five

When all prerequisites have been satisfied and a clean background check has been completed, applicants will be notified of their status for admissions by email.

APPLICATION

PROCESS

Step One

Complete this FREE application.

Step Two

Email your unofficial transcripts to admissions@mbu.edu. The initial evaluation may be done using un-official transcripts. Applicants who are admitted to the MAT program, however, will need to submit an official transcript to document course taken and grades earned prior to admission. Official transcripts from your undergraduate institution should be mailed to the following address:

  • Maranatha Baptist University
  • Attention: Admissions
  • 745 W. Main St.
  • Watertown, WI 53094
Step Three

An Admissions counselor will review your bachelor’s degree to determine if you have met program entrance requirements.

Step Four

After prerequisites requirements have been satisfied, a background check and fingerprinting must be completed.

Step Five

When all prerequisites have been satisfied and a clean background check has been completed, applicants will be notified of their status for admissions by email.

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