Master of Arts in Teaching: Latin and Classical Humanities
The Master of Arts in Teaching Latin and Classical Humanities is the equivalent of an M.A. degree in Classics with supplementary graduate-level work in Education. The program leads to a middle- and high-school (grades 5-12) teaching certificate in Latin and Classical Humanities valid in 30 states within the Interstate Certification Compact.
The program offers coordinate study in educational theory and practice, Latin language and literature, methodology, and the development of middle- and high-school curricula in Latin and Classical Humanities. The core of the program is a series of seminars in which Classics faculty explore how the latest teaching trends and methodologies can best serve the needs and traditions of teaching Latin and Classical Humanities. These seminars give graduate students practical, hands-on experience in teaching, research, and developing teaching materials.