Masters of Science in Education

Curriculum and Instruction - Instructional Leadership/ Mathematics Education

 

Program of Study - 39 hours

 

Professional Education Core Courses (12 hours)

EDU 603 Introduction to Graduate Studies & Research (3)
EDU 652 Instructional Theory & Practice (3)

EDU 658 Fundamentals of Curriculum Dev. PK-16  (3)
EDU 674 History & Philosophy of Education (3)

 

Content Area of Concentration (27 hours)

      MAT 500 Real Analysis I (3) OR
            MAT 555 Real Analysis II* (3)
      MAT 515 Probability and Statistics II (3) OR
            MAT 660 Mathematical Modeling and Statistics**(3)
      MAT 530 Modern Algebra (3)
      MAT 600 Current Issues and Trends in Mathematics/Mathematics Education (3)
      MAT 610 Modern Developments in Geometry (3)
      MAT 645 Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching (3)
      Plus nine (9) hours selected from the following:
      MAT 520 Number Theory (3)
      MAT 535 History of Mathematics (3)
      MAT 555 Real Analysis II (3)
      MAT 620 Topics in Discrete Mathematics for Teachers (3)
      MAT 660 Mathematical Modeling and Statistics (3)
      MAT 682 Topics in Mathematics (3)
At least 12 credit hours of mathematics must be from 600-level courses.
*MAT 555 can be used as an elective if MAT 500 is used to satisfy a core requirement.
**MAT 660 can be used as an elective if MAT 515 is used to satisfy a core requirement.

 

 

 

 

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