Our program provides experiences that support the continuing professional development of practicing K-12 mathematics teachers and is not designed for the initial preparation of teachers. The program consists of four parts: Professional Education Core (15 hours), Mathematics Content Core (9 hours), Guided Electives (9 hours), and a Capstone Experience (2 hours). In order to meet the diverse professional development needs of practicing K-12 mathematics teachers, the program is flexible.
Program experiences are designed to meet the needs of teachers who hold bachelor degrees in Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Secondary Mathematics Education, Mathematics, the sciences, and teachers who have alternative certification. We rely on strong academic advising when developing individual degree plans that takes into account a candidate's current knowledge and skills . Courses are offered on a rotating basis and are blended, online, or face to face. The Master of Education in Mathematics Education is administered through the Gregg Wadley College of Science & Health Professions.
For More Information Contact: Dr. Martha Parrott OR 918-449-6536