UAS Masters of Arts in Teaching Information Night, Jan 29
Come learn about earning a Master’s in Teaching for Elementary or Secondary grades, and qualify for an Alaska teacher certificate in just one year by completing the University of Alaska Southeast MAT program.
Date of Press Release: January 22, 2009
Masters of Arts in Teaching Information Night. Thursday, January 29, 2009, 5:30PM. UAS Auke Lake Campus. Egan Room #112
The University of Alaska Southeast, School of Education will be hosting an informational night to answer questions and help potential students interested in applying to the Master’s of Art in Teaching Elementary and Secondary programs.
Come learn about earning a Master’s in Teaching for Elementary or Secondary grades, and qualify for an Alaska teacher certificate in just one year by completing the University of Alaska Southeast MAT program. Coordinators of both the Elementary and Secondary programs will be on hand, so bring all your questions. Food and refreshments will be provided.
These programs are unique in Alaska. UAS is the only Alaska institution in which students can earn a master’s degree and certification in just 12 months. The Elementary and Secondary education programs have a reputation for being extremely high quality programs, and graduates are highly sought by school districts from around Alaska. The same group of students go through the year together in a cohort. They form a very close, nurturing relationship with each other. With a strong sense of community, the students support each other through thick and thin. Strong and lasting friendships are made during the year!
Few programs have as much time allowed for your internship as the UAS MAT programs. Students will do a full-day nine-month internship with a master teacher in the public schools. In addition, each student has an internship advisor from the University, often a recently retired teacher, who comes to visit the student every week, making close connections between campus and classroom.
The UAS MAT programs also give students expertise in technology, which makes them a valued candidate for teaching positions in the following year.
Students find that with both internship advisors and instructors, we’re a very informal and committed group. Students feel free to call on faculty or advisors for whatever they need.
And, of course, Juneau is an absolutely beautiful place, with lots of outdoor things to do. It is a great place to come for a little adventure and leave with a teaching credential and a Master's degree!
If you have any questions about our programs or wonder where in Alaska you could placed for your internship. Feel free to contact Kent Kay at 907-796-6525 or reply to this email!