Johnson & Wales University School of Education
Welcome to the Johnson & Wales Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program. We are dedicated to providing a rigorous, engaging, and best-practice-based teacher preparation program designed to support each student in becoming a highly skilled, student-focused educator. Our cohort-based program provides opportunities to grow and learn alongside a diverse group of passionate individuals, and our personalized advisement and practitioner faculty ensure opportunities to thrive, both in the university classroom as well as K-12 classrooms or, for our culinary/baking students, university classroom and labs. Our program staff and faculty is here for you. Please call on us whenever we can be of service.
Dr. Karen M. Swoboda
Johnson & Wales University Mission & Guiding Principles
Johnson & Wales University … an exceptional education that inspires professional success and lifelong personal and intellectual growth.
In support of our mission and recognizing the importance of preserving our unique student-centered culture, we are guided by the following principles:
University Essential Learning Outcomes
Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their chosen profession.
Foundation for Lifelong Learning
Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary for lifelong learning, including competence in communication, critical and creative thinking, quantitative and scientific reasoning, and the ability to evaluate, integrate, and apply knowledge from multiple perspectives when making decisions and solving problems.
Global and Community Citizenship
Graduates will demonstrate the necessary skills, including an awareness of ethical responsibility and cultural/ global diversity, to live and work collaboratively as contributing members of society.
School of Education, Graduate Studies Office, Friedman Center 2nd floor 401-598-4738
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