READY TO LEARN MORE?
Connect with our admission team to see if you're prepared with the required prerequisites and find out how Carroll's flexible MAT course sequencing can work for you.
You have a goal. Our convenient, accelerated program will get you there.
- Fast track to a new career in just 17 months
- Added value includes master’s degree and dual licensure
- Locked-in, per semester tuition rates
- Only one weekend a month required in class
- Flexible combination of in-class and online learning
- Cohort model builds a supportive, close-knit learning community
- Potential to get paid for valuable, real world student teaching experience
Elementary and Special Education
You’ll graduate prepared to teach grades K–9 (general education) or grades K-12 (special education).
Secondary and English as a Second Language (ESL)
Carroll offers licensure categories in seven secondary content areas. If you hold a bachelor's degree in one of these or a related area, you'll graduate prepared to teach the specific subject and also be licensed as a K-12 ESL teacher. Carroll's specific licensure areas*:
- English and Language Arts
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
* Subject Assessment required prior to admission
Master of Art in Teaching Information Session
Monday, March 1, 2021 at 6 p.m.
Join Carroll education program faculty and admission counselors to learn more about the MAT program and admission process. Bring your questions!
This meeting will be held using Microsoft Teams, which can be accessed via Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome web browsers, or the Microsoft Teams app.
Tuition and Value
Carroll University is committed to providing quality, competitively priced programs. We offer incentives to help you complete your Master of Arts in Teaching degree economically—with additional tuition awards available for current employees in school settings. Upon confirming program enrollment, the tuition cost for candidates will be locked in at the semester rate of the first semester of enrollment, with equal, per-semester costs. That means once you’re enrolled, you won’t experience the annual tuition increase typical at most institutions—and you’ll know exactly what to expect and budget for as you complete your degree.
2020-21 Master of Arts in Teaching Tuition
Carroll University's cost per credit is one of the most competitive in our area.
$511 credit | 36 credits | $4,600 semester | $18,400 total program cost
Candidates currently employed in a school setting are eligible for a tuition award equal to 10% of the first semester’s tuition.
The program is designed to be completed in four consecutive semesters. To maintain the locked-in tuition, a student may delay registration for a maximum of one year.