Master of Arts in Teaching
The Wheaton College M.A.T. program is designed to prepare educators to integrate faith and learning through graduate level experiences from a Christian perspective. It provides for greater depth in one’s discipline through research, internship and enriched coursework opportunities. It is available to students who have earned a B.A. from another university or for Wheaton undergraduate students who choose to do an accelerated M.A. in secondary education.
International Student Teaching
Since 1990, Wheaton students have had the opportunity to request an international assignment for their student teaching experience. Students are placed in mission and international schools around the world providing them with rich, cross cultural experiences and unique challenges.
Wheaton College Science Station
The College owns a 50-acre science station in the Black Hills of South Dakota, where exciting field-oriented courses are offered in general education, biology, physics, geology and environmental education.
HoneyRock is an outdoor learning campus located in the Three Lakes Region of Wisconsin. One of its main goals is to train college students in leadership, education and discipleship. The Education Department offers a 12-week program each summer at Honey Rock. Students have the opportunity to take classes in child development, educational psychology, basic ecology and outdoor education.