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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Degree Requirements Master of Arts for Teachers/Master of Science for Teachers  

Master of Arts for Teachers/Master of Science for Teachers

Programs leading to the degree of master of arts for teachers (M.A.T.) or master of science for teachers (M.S.T.) are offered in the Graduate School-New Brunswick to teachers at secondary schools who wish to further their academic education. Prospective students should be advised that these programs do not lead to certification in teaching nor are they degrees in education, which are offered by the Graduate School of Education. The programs of study for the M.A.T. and M.S.T. degrees are designed on an individual basis. All M.A.T. and M.S.T. programs at the university are comprised primarily of work in regular courses of study, and none provides for the submission of a thesis. The other requirements governing the degree may be found in the preceding account of requirementsfor the degrees of master of arts and master of science.


 
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