Total hours: 36
Classes for the mathematics education master's degree program (curriculum and instruction - instructional leadership MSE) are available online.
Professional education core: 9 hours
- EDU 603 Introduction to Educational Research and Design (3)
- EDU 652 Instructional Theory and Practice (3)
- EDU 658 Fundamentals of Curriculum Development PK-16 (3)
Math education concentration: 27 hours
Note: At least 12 credit hours of mathematics must be from 600-level courses.
- MAT 530 Seminar in Abstract Algebra (3)
- MAT 554 Seminar in Real Analysis (3)
- MAT 610 Modern Geometry for Teachers (3)
- MAT 620 Seminar in Discrete Math (3)
- MAT 645 Current Trends in Math Curriculum and Teaching (3)
- MAT 660 Probability and Statistics for Teachers (3)
Plus 9 hours from the following:
- MAT 520 Number Theory (3)
- MAT 535 History of Mathematics (3)
- MAT 555 Seminar in Real Analysis II (3)
- MAT 661 Probability and Statistics for Teachers II (3)
- MAT 682 Topics in Mathematics (3)
Licensing and Certification: This program is designed for teachers who are already certified in this content area as an opportunity to go deeper into their specialty while simultaneously earning a master’s degree. This program does not meet initial certification/licensure requirements through the Nebraska Department of Education. It has not been determined if this program meets requirements for all other states. If you plan to pursue licensure or certification in a state other than Nebraska, please check that state's licensing board to determine their licensing requirements. Learn more.