Master of Arts in Education, Learning and Teaching
The Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching program is an integrative blend of a teaching credential and a master's degree. Combined, the MALT program consists of 36-39 units and can be completed in eighteen months or two years, depending on the start term.
An innovative program based in research and practice, the degree caters to aspiring Pre K-12 teachers who want to concurrently earn their master's degree while meeting the State of California requirements for the Preliminary Teaching Credential in a single subject, multiple subject, or educational specialist preliminary credential.
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1. Completed application
2. Evidence of a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited institution
3. One (1) official transcript issued by the Registrar of the institution where your degree was conferred, sent directly to the Office of Graduate and Professional Enrollment.
4. Two (2) letters of recommendation from faculty or professionals who know your work.
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The Redlands School of Education, through the MALT degree, is dedicated to developing and mentoring compassionate, influential teachers who are driven to contribute to something greater than themselves. The degree pathways allow students to find the specialization for their interests and future success as a teacher.
The MALT degree also lays the foundation for a long term future in education, not only as a teacher but also in leadership roles as well. Teaching experience is the first step to becoming a department head, administrator, or principal that can shape educational access and equity for a school and the greater community.