Secondary school teachers or other prospective teachers interested in qualifying to teach world literature and interdisciplinary humanities courses can obtain an M.A.T. degree in Comparative Literature.
- Certification of reading proficiency in at least one foreign language
- A degree in Comparative Literature or an individual literature such as English, French, Spanish, or German.
M.A.T. candidates are assisted in designing a program of study that includes some teaching-oriented courses offered by other graduate programs or the School of Education, as well as Comparative Literature C507 Teaching Methods in Comparative Literature and C509 Teaching Internship in Comparative Literature.
Your course of study will be planned in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies and the advising staff of the School of Education.