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Now offering MAT programs in Mathematics and Chinese!
(Obtain an initial licensure to teach Mathematics or Chinese in a secondary school system)

Receive an additional license in moderate special needs!
(additional coursework and practicum hours required)

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Costs, Financial Aid, Scholarships

For the most up-to-date information on tuition and costs of attendance, please click here. .

Substantial financial aid and scholarships are available for most MAT students. Many students receive partial or full-tuition scholarships, based upon their qualifications and their intended teaching specialty. 

To learn about scholarship support based on promise of excellence in teaching and intended career path ("merit-based aid"):

  • Click here if you are interested in teaching in public elementary schools;
  • Click here if you are interested in teaching in secondary (middle or high) schools;
  • Click here if you are interested in teaching in Jewish day schools ("Delet" program).

To learn about aid based on demonstrated financial need ("need-based aid","FAFSA"), click here.

For information about how to apply for loans, click here.

For general assistance with admissions-related questions, please visit the GSAS website. And/or for any MAT-related questions, please call Mr. Manuel Tuan, Department Coordinator, 781-736-2022 or email MAT@brandeis.edu.