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Attallah College of Educational Studies

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» Multiple Subject (Elementary) Teaching Credential & Master of Arts in Teaching

Chapman's Teaching Credential and MAT program admits a new cohort each spring and summer

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The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program and Multiple Subject (MS) Credential program aim to develop reflective and transformative teachers capable of working collaboratively with children, youth, their families, and communities. The mission of the Chapman MAT and credential programs is to prepare reflective teachers who use integrated, developmentally appropriate, and critical pedagogies and are ready to collaborate within diverse educational communities. 

MAT Elementary Education

The MAT Elementary Education program allows candidates to obtain both a Multiple Subject (MS) Credential and a master’s degree, through an integrated program of coursework, fieldwork, and student research. This program is targeted to individuals who wish to begin their teaching careers with both a teaching credential and a master’s degree.

Program Requirements

The MAT Elementary Education program is 40 total units. 

MAT Elementary Education: Apply Now!

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Student Spotlight

“I believe that Chapman's MAT program has thoroughly prepared me to enter the education field. The expert faculty supported me both in and out of the classroom in my journey to become a teacher. Additionally, the program connected me to exceptional school sites. This practical experience helped me acquire the skills to teach a diverse population of students.”

– Emily Maples '17