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Earn your master’s degree with an accelerated, fully online program designed for teachers who wish to specialize in advanced coursework in mathematics education. Our M.Ed. provides opportunities for educators to develop advanced teaching, research and leadership skills that align with the latest research and theories in mathematics instruction.

Deadlines for Accelerated Online Programs

Our accelerated online programs offer multiple start dates and are ideal for students who seek to balance a job, a family, an education, and a social life.

Apply by Sept. 15, 2023

Fall Semester II

Classes Start October 16, 2023

Apply by Dec. 1, 2023

Spring Semester 1

Classes Start Jan. 16, 2024

Application Deadline TBD

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Summer 06/26/23





Fall* 08/21/23





Fall 10/16/23





















*The M.Ed. in Special Education program (with or without certification) only admits students into the first Fall Cohort. 

Applicants seeking admission to the Master of Education must submit two* recommendation forms. The required Recommendation Form is available for download here. Please wait until you receive your 10-digit, UTA student ID number and until a member of our academic team contacts you to submit your recommendation forms. 

*Note: The Principal Certification Only Program requires three recommendation forms. 

Program Eligibility, International Admissions and English Language Test Score Requirements


Information for Permanent Residents and International Applicants 

Our fully online programs are open to United States Citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents, and International Students who do not hold F1, J1, B1, and B2 status. In addition to the required application and admission documents, the following materials must also be submitted:

  • Lawful Permanent Residents: Submit a copy of your Permanent Resident Card.
  • The TOEFL* or IELTS is required if an applicant’s native language is not English or if the applicant does not hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution. It typically takes 10-15 business days for scores to arrive from ETS and be processed by Admissions. The test must be taken in time for results to arrive and be processed in Admissions before completion of the second course. Those wishing to request a waiver of this requirement should contact the graduate advisor. You are required to submit an official test score report sent directly from the testing agency. UTA's ETS institutional code is 6013.

*Certification programs only accept TOEFL due to Texas Education Agency requirements. 

View test score requirements online

Additional Resources

Have additional questions? 

Email UTA's international office at international@uta.edu.

*The resources provided here are for informational purposes. Please review the UTA's website and Official Catalog for official information. 

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

Total Hours: 30

Course of Study

 EDUC 5305  Effective Teaching and Learning for 21st Century EC-12 Students  3
 EDUC 5309  Advanced Teaching Models for Diverse Learners  3
 EDUC 5394  Understanding and Designing Classroom Research  3
 EDUC 5397  Implementing and Disseminating Classroom Research  3

Non-Elective K-12 Mathematics Content and Curriculum Emphasis - Accelerated Online Program only

 MAED 5351  Whole Numbers, Rational Numbers and Operations  3
 MAED 5352  Patterns and Algebra  3
 MAED 5353  Probability and Statistics  3
 MAED 5354  Problem Solving  3
 MAED 5355  Conceptual Geometry  3
 MAED 5356  Measurement  3

Program Director

Dr. Candace Joswick

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education

Research Interests: Learning trajectories and progressions, classroom interactions and language, and technology


Email: candace.joswick@uta.edu

Phone #: 817-272-9620

Office: Hammond Hall 411

Bio: Dr. Candace Joswick is an assistant professor of mathematics education, the director and PI of the grant-funded UTA Project ECHO® for Education, and Program Coordinator of STEM Education at UTA. Joswick’s research foci are include learning trajectories and progressions, classroom interactions and language, and technology.

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