


For admission requirements click here. 
Incorporating the best practices in
teaching mathematics to obtain a deep understanding of fundamental mathematical
concepts for a unique professional development experience.
The master of arts program in the Department of Mathematics is designed to extend undergraduate mathematics experiences in the area of specialized mathematics content for secondary school and early college mathematics teaching. The program focuses on enhancing mathematics teaching through innovative preparation in topics grounded in secondary school and early college mathematics from an advanced standpoint. The program embraces a philosophy of teaching and learning mathematics that is consistent with the landmark Standards documents produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
The requirements for the Master of Arts degree are 30 hours of graduate courses from the Department of Mathematics and a 3hour project.
All students must complete the following.
Required Courses (6) and
Project Math 5341 Modern Geomtry Math 5342 Concepts and Techniques in Algebra Math 5343 Concepts and Techniques in Probability and Statistics Math 5344 Mathematicsspecific Technologies Math 5345 Historical Approach to Real Analysis Math 5346 Concepts and Techniques in Problem Solving Math 5395 ProjectIndividual DirectorApproved Research
Elective Courses (4) Students must complete


*Elective choices include,
but not limited to: Math 5300 Computer Programming and Applications Math 5305 Statistical Methods Math 5307 Mathematical Analysis I Math 5333 Linear Algebra and Matrices Math 5336 Concepts and Techniques in in Number Theory 
*Elective choices include, but not limited to:
Math 5337 Concepts and Techniques in in Calculus Math 5340 Discrete Mathematics for Problem Solving Math 5347 Concepts and Techniques in Modeling and Applications Math 5352 Concepts and Techniques in Precalculus Math 5380 Math 5392 Selected Topics in Mathematics 






For further information and application forms, visit the website of the Office of Graduate Studies.


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