Teaching | Accelerated Master’s Program

Earn your master’s in teaching alongside your bachelor’s degree

Rollins’ accelerated master’s degree program in teaching allows you to earn your Master of Teaching alongside your bachelor’s degree, saving you time and tuition while also maximizing your potential for professional advancement.

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Master of Arts in Teaching

Rollins’ Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program prepares educators to implement cutting-edge technology, research-based instructional strategies, and equity and inclusion best practices in their classrooms.

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Rollins’ Accelerated Master’s Degree Programs

Find out how Rollins’ accelerated master’s degree programs can save you up to a year and nearly $8,000 in tuition and other costs.

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Pathways to Teaching

Explore the Rollins Pathways to Teaching program—a partnership between Rollins College and Orange County Public Schools—allowing you to complete a bachelor of arts in elementary education and become a certified teacher while continuing to work as a paraprofessional.

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Connect with our graduate admission counselors to learn more about everything from eligibility to application requirements.

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