Loyola prepares exceptionally qualified teachers.
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program at Loyola prepares teachers who are culturally and linguistically responsive to the needs of diverse learners. Our graduates share a set of core values that includes a commitment to social justice, an understanding of the strengths and needs of diverse learners, and a dedication to equity and academic excellence for all learners. Framed in our guiding principles—competence, conscience, and compassion—graduates are equipped to become change agents in their communities, compassionate advocates for youth, and leaders in their schools and districts.
Available in both full and part-time formats, the Master of Arts in Teaching program offers a rich integration of coursework, clinical experiences, and individualized attention.
Full-time: One-year accelerated cohort program.
Part-time: Convenient year-round, summer, spring, and fall start terms, completed in two to five years.
Students may select from concentrations in elementary education or secondary education, including P-12 specialty areas such as art, music, or world languages.
- Elementary Education (Grades 1-6)
Secondary Education (Grades 7-12): biology, chemistry, earth/space science, physics, English, and social studies
Secondary Education (Grades (PK-12): art, Spanish, French, and music (vocal or instrumental)
Classes are held in Baltimore and Timonium, Maryland.
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