Offered at our Providence Campus, the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T) is designed for those who wish to pursue a career in teaching culinary arts. This program prepares you to apply for a dual certification in Food Service Education.
Program OverviewThe M.A.T. cohort program begins once each year in September and follows a prescribed sequence of courses for approximately 18 months. The cohesive curriculum is designed to build on the foundation of preceding course work.
In keeping with JWU’s core value of experientially-based learning, the M.A.T. program has adopted an essential and unique fieldwork component to the program. While learning about research-based theories and best practices in university classrooms, you will also observe and apply what you’ve learned on a weekly basis in K-12 classrooms.
Food Service Education and Secondary Special EducationThrough one student teaching experience in an integrated setting, you’ll be eligible to pursue licensure in Food Service Education and Secondary Special Education.
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