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Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Mathematics Education

Total hours: 36

Core Requirement: Curriculum (9 credit hours)
EDUC 5305 Curriculum Design, Implementation & Evaluation
EDUC 5309 Advanced Instructional Strategies
EDUC 5380 or EDUC 5310 Diversity in Educational Settings Diverse Populations in Today's Schools
Core Requirement: Research (9 credit hours, courses must be taken in sequence)
EDUC 5394 Understanding Classroom Research
EDUC 5395 Designing Classroom Research
EDUC 5397 Implementing and Disseminating Classroom Research (Capstone)
Support Area/Concentration (18 credit hours)

Six courses to be selected from one of the Mathematics areas below. Students who want to take courses in more than one area must first seek approval of their program director.

Mathematics Education: K-12 Curriculum Emphasis MAED courses currently only available online via the Academic Partnerships program.
MATH 5375 or MAED 5351 Constructing Whole Numbers and Operations Whole Numbers, Rational Numbers and Operations
MATH 5376 Constructing Rational Numbers and Operations
MATH 5377 or MAED 5352 Algebraic Reasoning in K-8 Mathematics Patterns and Algebra
MAED 5353 Probability and Statistics
MATH 5370 or MAED 5354 Problem Solving in K-8 Mathematics Problem Solving
MATH 5378 or MAED 5355 Geometry Concepts in K-8 Mathematics Conceptual Geometry
MATH 5379 or MAED 5356 Measurement Concepts in K-8 Mathematics Measurement
Mathematics Education: Middle and Secondary Emphasis These courses require a background in higher level mathematics.
MATH 5336 Concepts and Techniques in Number Theory
MATH 5337 Concepts and Techniques in Calculus
MATH 5340 Concepts and Techniques in Discrete Mathematics
MATH 5341 Concepts and Techniques in Geometry
MATH 5342 Concepts and Techniques in Algebra
MATH 5343 Concepts and Techniques in Probability and Statistics
MATH 5344 Mathematics-specific Technologies
MATH 5345 Concepts and Techniques in Analysis
MATH 5346 Concepts and Techniques in Problem Solving
MATH 5347 Concepts and Techniques in Modeling and Applications
MATH 5348 Advanced Algebra for Secondary Mathematics
MATH 5352 Concepts and Techniques in Precalculus
Mathematics Education: Post-secondary Emphasis These courses require a background in higher level mathematics.
MATH 53XX Any six courses at or above the MATH 5300 level except for
MATH 53XX courses listed in the K-8 and Middle/Secondary emphases above.
MATH 53XX Courses should be chosen in consultation with program director.

Program of Work

Upon admission to the program, you will meet with your program director to create a program of work. This will plot out what courses you will take each semester until you complete the program.