MA in Latin with Teaching Certification at the University of Texas at Austin


Qualified students who wish to pursue a Masters Degree in Latin together with Latin Teaching Certification may apply simultaneously to the Department of Classics and to the UTeach Liberal Arts Post-Baccalaureate Program.  Upon admission to both programs, students can fulfill the requirements for the MA in Latin and for Latin Teaching Certification in the State of Texas in a two-year program (including a summer).  

For information and application materials, contact:
The University of Texas, Department of Classics, Graduate Admissions

and
The University of Texas, UTeach Liberal Arts, Post-Baccalaureate Admissions



Sample Course Schedules
1.
1st Fall Semester: 2 graduate courses in Latin, 1 graduate course in Greek or Classical Civilization, UTL 101 and 202 (12 hours)
1st Spring Semester : 2 graduate courses in Latin, 1 graduate course in Greek or Classical Civilization,  EDP 363M   (12 hours)
Summer:   ALD 322  (3 hours)
2nd Fall Semester: MA Report ,  UTL 303L,  LAT 386 (Teaching Methods in Latin) (9 hours)
2nd Spring Semester   EDC650S (Student Teaching), EDC350S (9 hours)
Total credits : 48


2.
1st Fall Semester: 2 graduate courses in Latin, 1 graduate course in Greek or Classical Civilization, UTL 101 (10 hours)
1st Spring Semester: 1 graduate course in Latin, 1 graduate course in Greek or Classical Civilization, EDP 363M, UTL 202 (11 hours)
Summer:  1 graduate course in Latin,   ALD 322     (6 hours)
2nd Fall Semester: MA Report ,  UTL 303L,  LAT 386 (Teaching Methods in Latin) (9 hours)
2nd Spring Semster    EDC650S  (Student Teaching), EDC350S (9 hours)
Total credits: 48

last modified August 31, 2010 by timmoore@mail.utexas.edu