Master of Arts in Teaching

Pathway to Full Admission and Enrollment in the MAT Program: All Applicants

To Begin:

  • Complete and submit the Application for Admission
  • Submit the $75 application fee.
  • Admissions Committee will consider applicant for Provisional Admission. The Office of the Graduate Dean will notify applicants when this status is granted.

Once Provisionally Admitted:

  • Have all official transcripts mailed to the Graduate Program Admissions Office.
  • Applicants who earned a bachelor’s degree at an unaccredited institution must request that a copy of their Graduate Record Exam (GRE) official score report be sent to the Graduate Admissions Office.
  • Complete and submit the Health Record Form (required only for on-campus students).
  • Complete and submit the Medical Authorization Form (required only for on-campus students)
  • Complete and submit the FERPA Form.
  • Submit TOEFL score report (only required for students whose first language is not English).

Once all of the above information is received in the Graduate Office, an applicant must schedule an interview with the Graduate Admissions Committee. Note: The Graduate Admissions Committee may grant full admission and course enrollment following the interview. The Office of the Graduate Dean will notify applicants of full admission in writing.

Below is the beginning of your application to the Welch College MA in Teaching. Please fill out the information below and press submit. Once you press submit, you will be redirected to the full application. If you find that you are missing some information, don’t worry. An email will be sent to the address you submit below so that you can continue your application at another time. Allow yourself 30-45 minutes to complete the application.

We’re here to help.

Dr. Greg Ketteman
MAT Program Coordinator
Phone: 615-675-5312
Fax: 615-296-0400

Angie Edgmon
Financial Aid Coordinator
Call: 615-675-5278
Fax: 615-296-0400

Welch College does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin, age, or disability in admitting students or in otherwise administering its educational policies and school-sponsored programs.