Mathematics for Secondary Teachers - M.A. Download to print
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics and Computer Science Building
The Master of Arts in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers is a three-year program offered in the evening and summer. Designed collaboratively by faculty in mathematical sciences and teacher education, the program is for in-service teachers and does not provide licensure. Students are required to pass a final qualifying examination in general mathematics.
Official transcript(s), goal statement, three letters of recommendation and resume or vita.
Students are required to take at least 32 semester hours of graduate credit with at least 16 semester hours at the 60000 level and 22 semester hours in mathematics. In general, students will be expected to take two to three courses in each of the areas of modern algebra, geometry and analysis. Some additional exposure to applied mathematics and current trends in teaching will also be required. Candidates in this program are expected to pass a final examination in general mathematics.
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