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Get certified to work as a teacher

Trinity University’s teacher preparation program is recognized as one of seven premier teacher preparation programs in the nation.


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Begin your journey as a Trinity undergrad

Minor in Teaching

Students completing the minor fulfill the prerequisites for entry into Trinity’s Master of Arts in Teaching program, where they will spend a fifth year earning their teaching certification.

Teaching (Minor)

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Earn your master's and teaching certification in one year

Master of Arts in Teaching

This 30-hour, one-year graduate program begins in July and is completed over three semesters. During the school year, students take 12 hours each semester while completing a full-year internship under the guidance of a mentor teacher in one of Trinity’s Professional Development Schools.

Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)

 

Accreditation

by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) ensures you and your degree will be taken seriously wherever your career takes you

 

Small Cohort Size

Fosters tight-knit relationships between classmates and faculty

 

15,000

Elite Private School Experience at a Public School Price.

 

Certification

One year to earn your master’s, teaching license, and State of Texas Teaching Certificate

What can I teach?

Explore Trinity's available certification levels and teaching interests.

Where can I Teach?

Teaching is complex, professional work that requires a broad repertoire of knowledge, skills, and the judgment developed from experience about how to best use this repertoire for success. Intensive coaching relationships are prominent in a Trinity education, allowing students to hone their practice through a supportive apprenticeship.

Candidates complete clinical practice in cohorts at one of Trinity's Professional Development Schools. While completing their internships, degree candidates are supervised by carefully identified and specially trained mentor teachers in area Professional Development Schools where Trinity has developed a long and sustained partnership. 

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Teaching out of State or Abroad

Trinity's M.A.T. program is accredited by the Texas Education Agency, and is one of only a dozen Educator Preparation Programs in Texas. Graduates who wish to obtain certification in other states benefit from the support of the certification coordinator to facilitate certification in other states. 

 

    Admissions and Financial Aid

    The Trinity Master of Arts in Teaching program annually recruits up to 15 candidates who learn to tackle the complex challenges faced by educators while developing a professional community that enriches life after graduation.

    Learn more about application requirements, program costs, and financial aid options.

     

    Ready to take the next step?

    Visit the Office of Admissions for more information about applications and financial aid.

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