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Admissions and Financial Aid

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Admissions: Master of Arts in Teaching


Master of Arts in Teaching

Undergraduate students enroll in our five-year BA/MAT program to earn dual degrees: a bachelor's degree, in one of the many majors available at Quinnipiac, and a master of arts in elementary or secondary education.

Students who have already earned a bachelor's degree enroll in a full-time, five-semester graduate program leading to an MAT in elementary or secondary education.

Admissions: Leadership in Education

Admissions: Instructional Design

Instructional Design

The online graduate program in instructional design, leading to the master of science degree, prepares candidates to create effective digital materials and environments for learning, such as websites, digital games, video, audio, social media and online courses.

Admissions: Special Education

Financial Aid

The Quinnipiac University Financial Aid Office works with all applicants to ensure that they receive the maximum state and federal aid for which they are eligible. In addition, the office seeks to coordinate institutional aid resources to make a Quinnipiac education affordable. This year, 89 percent of the student body received financial aid through a combination of grants, scholarships, student loans, and on-campus jobs.