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The MAT degree program requires completion of a minimum of 36 semester credit hours. For degree completion, at least 30 hours must be completed at UH-Downtown with a grade point average of 3.0. In addition, students must successfully complete a directed studies project (MAT 6390) with approval of the director of graduate programs and under the supervision of an appointed faculty advisor. This master degree is designed for students who are seeking master degree only.
MAT, C&I, Online, Courses Required: 36 Hours
|Course ID||Course Name|
|MAT 6310||Reading in a Multicultural Classroom|
|MAT 6311||Advanced Study of Developmental Psychology and Diversity|
|MAT 6315||Introduction of Educational Research|
|MAT 6316||Advanced Methods for the Culturally Diverse Classroom|
|MAT 6317||Classroom-Based Research, *prereq 6315|
|MAT 6318||Technology Application for Curriculum Development & Instruction|
|MAT 6380||Practicum in Urban Classrooms|
|MAT 6390||Directed Study in Urban Education *prereqs 6316, 6317 & 6318|
12 hours of Areas of Expertise
Students select one area of expertise and specify during application process:
Courses are offered in rotations by semester on a 2 year planned schedule. Each semester is organized for students to enroll and complete the planned number of courses for each program. This is essential for students to follow to complete the MAT degree within 2 years and to increase the likelihood of courses being offered. Should a student choose to take only one course, he or she must understand it is possible that the rotation for the other course may not be offered for another full year, delaying his or her completion.
6 hrs. for fall 1, spring 1, both summer 1 sessions, fall 2 and spring 2 (GRADUATION)
See degree plans for details of which courses are offered and assigned for each semester, depending on your program choice. Please see the graduate handbook for more detailed.
No more than six hours of equivalent graduate coursework may be transferred from other accredited universities. A minimum grade of B is required in any completed courses that students wish to transfer. Petition for transfer credit is required to be submitted for review by the graduate student and approval comes from the Graduate Director and the Graduate Committee's review of the course's equivalency. Transfer credit is by permission only and is not a right of the student.
Successful completion of each course is required to remain in either program of the MAT. Students earning a D or F in any course or three C's during their program completion will be removed from the program once grades are officially posted for that semester.
Graduation is dependent on successful completion of all coursework with a minimum grade point average of 3.0, successful completion of the Capstone Project (MAT 6390) and an approved graduation application completed the semester prior to anticipated graduation.
Last updated or reviewed on 3/11/15