SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2018
Merit-Based Scholarships and Awards. Our mission at Loyola to prepare transformational educators to learn, lead, and serve in the diverse and changing communities of Baltimore, the state, the nation, and the world.
Choosing to become an educator is a commitment. It is why Loyola offers merit-based scholarships and grants for aspiring educators who apply to our Master of Art in Teaching program. All students who submit a completed application with required materials are automatically considered for both our grants and awards. Loyola currently offers the following awards for Master of Art in Teaching applicants:
- Merit Scholarships
Ignatian Grants for candidates specifically interested in urban education
You want your work to make a difference, and we want to work with you.
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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