• Bard MAT graduates get teaching jobs and stay in education

    Bard MAT graduates get teaching jobs and stay in education
  • Bard MAT integrates graduate study and extensive public school residencies

    Bard MAT integrates graduate study and extensive public school residencies
  • Bard MAT offers small classes and personal relationships

    Bard MAT offers small classes and personal relationships MORE >>
  • Bard MAT is committed to educational reform and innovation

    Bard MAT is committed to educational reform and innovation
  • Bard MAT offers one-year/full-time
    and two-year/part-time programs

    Bard MAT offers one-year/full-time and two-year/part-time programs
Bard MAT graduates get teaching jobs and stay in education1 Bard MAT integrates graduate study and extensive public school residencies2 Bard MAT offers small classes and personal relationships3 Bard MAT is committed to educational reform and innovation4 Bard MAT offers one-year/full-time and two-year/part-time programs5

The Bard MAT is a one-year, intensive graduate program leading to a master of arts in teaching degree and NYS Initial Teacher Certification or CA Single-Subject Credentialing (grades 7–12) in four subjects: biology, history, literature, or mathematics.

Our Program Locations

New York

New York

Graduate study on the Bard College campus and teaching residencies in the Hudson Valley.  More>
California

California

A year-long MAT program and residency based in our Heart of Los Angeles campus.  More>
West Bank

West Bank

A collaboration with Al-Quds University for in-service teachers in Palestine.  More>

Program Events

Program News

  • Apply Now! The BardMAT in New York is now accepting applications for the 2015-16 academic year.
  • Field Notes the BardMAT blog

Our Graduates

Mia Reisweber '10, Literature/ English

Adjunct Faculty, English Department, Missouri University, Rolla
Mia Reisweber

"Since I graduated in 2010, I think I’ve thought about or used or referred to what I learned at Bard on a near-daily basis. My teaching philosophy is a direct result of Bard and the knowledge and the tools I learned at Bard are absolutely ingrained in my daily lessons, lectures, discussions, assignments and assessments."