Degree Programs

Master of Arts for Teachers Degree

The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Chemistry is designed to prepare individuals for teaching in secondary schools and community colleges, directing community outreach programs, corporate trainers, and laboratory directors just to name a few possible career paths. This program can be completed in a two-year full-time year-round program.

Since the primary career for graduates of the M.A.T. program is teaching in secondary schools, the program is designed to:

Admission Requirements

Applicants to the M.A.T. programs are expected to have eighteen (18) credit hours of chemistry, including one semester each of general and organic chemistry. Deficiencies must be removed without graduate credit. Continuance in the program will depend upon an evaluation of the student’s progress by the M.A.T. Advisory Committee within the first year.

Degree Requirements

The M.A.T. is designed in consultation with the M.A.T. advisory committee to meet the needs and career goals of individual M.A.T. candidates. The degree requires completion of a total of 36 credit hours:

For additional information or an application packet, contact:

Department of Chemistry
800 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405-7102
Phone: 812-855-2069
Fax: 812-855-8300