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Program Requirements

Mathematics Education Master's Program

 The Mathematics Education Master's program is designed around students who work full-time; courses are offered in the evenings and during the summer. The availability of multiple summer courses enables students to complete their program in three or more years. By following just three steps, students can plan on completing the program requirements at a pace that meets their professional needs.

Step One

Look up Mathematics Education program requirements, course descriptions and Graduate School policies and procedures in the catalog.

Step Two

Review the Mathematics Education Program Planning Guide to plan out coursework on a semester-by-semester basis.  

Step Three

Students should consult with their program director and/or faculty adviser; the program director contact information is located at the bottom of the Mathematics Education homepage and students' academic advisers are indicated on their letters of admission. These faculty members can assist in planning a program of study that is based on a student's professional and career goals.  

Secondary Mathematics Education Certificate

The Secondary Mathematics Education Certificate program is designed for students who are working full-time; coursework can be completed in two or more years. By following these three steps, students can plan to meet program requirements at a pace that meets their professional needs.

Step One

Look up the Secondary Mathematics Education program requirements in the catalog.  

Step Two

Review the Secondary Mathematics Education Program Planning Guide to plan out coursework on a semester-by-semester basis.

Step Three

Consult with the program director and/or faculty adviser. These faculty members can assist students in planning their programs of study, especially in light of professional and career goals. The program director contact information is located at the bottom of the Secondary Mathematics Education homepage; academic advisers are identified in each student’s letter of admission.