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Ten months to the classroom
The EOU College of Education’s full-time, intensive Master of Arts in Teaching program (MAT) blends full-time in-classroom professional experience with academic preparation.
The MAT program is ten months (4 terms), beginning in the Summer term and extending through the following Spring term. It is a hybrid program, which allows candidates to live and student teach throughout Oregon for an entire academic year while taking hybrid courses and coming to the EOU campus for one week of face to face classes in the summer term, as well as a Career Fair in the spring term.
Priority Deadline: March 1, but late applications will be considered.
If you have questions regarding the application process please contact:
Janet Frye, MAT Office CoordinatorOne University Blvd. – ZH 255La Grande, OR 97850
Applications for the Foundation will remain open until Feb 1, 2024.
A: The MAT program prepares you to teach in the public or private school system, either at the Elementary or the Secondary grade levels.
A: The program starts in August and continues through June of the following year. The program extends over 4 terms, which is a total of 10 months.
A: The MAT program is approximately 45-56 graduate-level credits.
A: Our program is designed on the cohort model, which requires you to start in August and go through the complete program with your cohort.
Kristin JohnsonMAT Pre-Admissions AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 541.962.3529
“Guiding, passionate and inspiring individuals truly exist at EOU. The mentoring, leadership and memories that faculty provide are exceptional. I gained hands-on management experience as president of the Associated Students of Eastern Oregon University (ASEOU), all while being a student-athlete. Flexibility is what truly sets EOU apart!”
Sidronio RangelMaster of Arts in TeachingFruitland, Idaho