G. Todd Springer
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The undergraduate program
The preparation of teachers is considered by the faculty to be an all-university responsibility, generally directed by the Department of Educational Studies. The program encompasses liberal studies in education as well as studies and experiences designed to develop teaching effectiveness and professional leadership. The emphasis is on developing the student's ability to relate knowledge and theory to skillful teaching.
Students who wish to enter the program must submit an application to the department secretary as soon as possible during their first year at Colgate but no later than November 1st of their Sophomore year. An overall Colgate GPA of at least 2.5 is required at the time of the application.
The M.A.T. program
Colgate offers an individualized, master of arts degree (M.A.T.) for individuals planning a career in the teaching profession.
The M.A.T. program provides advanced course work in a selected discipline and in education, leading to secondary school teaching certification.
M.A.T. students at Colgate work closely with departments to integrate increased knowledge in their disciplines with field experience in education.