The MTLA degree program prepares educators and leaders who have a deep understanding of the needs of diverse children and youth and how the school, family, community and societal context shape their engagement in learning and life.
The rigorous, integrated program is focused on the development of your expertise as a change agent and advocate for students. Courses emphasize the development of the following skills: self-reflection, ability to conduct and interpret research, policy analysis, and knowledge of the ways that learning theories are applied to improve educational practices – especially for at-risk populations.
- Official transcripts from all academic institutions
- Official GRE or PRAXIS scores
- TOEFL scores if your primary language is not English
- GPA of 3.0 or higher in the education major or minor
- Initial teacher certification
- Applicant essay
- Fall: July 1
- Spring: November 1
- Summer: April 1
2012 – 13 Tuition
$455 per credit hour
$1,160 per credit hour