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M.S. Inclusive Adolescence Mathematics Education

Be part of a dynamic graduate program of study that will help you to understand, support, and challenge adolescent learners of mathematics.  Our Mathematics Education program emphasizes interactions with faculty in both mathematical content and pedagogy.  Students will develop a depth and breadth of mathematical understanding by taking graduate level mathematics content courses linked to pedagogy.  At the same time, students will strengthen their background in school mathematics curriculum, instructional practices, assessment, and technology.  Equally important, students will develop an appreciation and awareness of current issues in mathematics education and their implications for research and practice.

Program Highlights:

  • Flexibility and convenience - Courses are offered in the fall, spring, and summer.  Evening classes are offered during the school year.
  • Variety - course offerings vary to satisfy many different mathematical interests.
  • Job ready - Dual-certification is a tremendous asset that will give you an advantage with job placement.
  • Comprehensive - courses in higher-level mathematics content, mathematics education, and inclusive education.
  • Individual attention - one-on-one attention and support from faculty members.

Course Requirements: 

  • 36 credits of which 9 credits are core courses
  • 12-15 credits focus on students with disabilities
  • 12-15 credits focus on mathematics and mathematics education

Sample of Courses Offered:

  • INAD 520: Teacher-Learner Research Inquiry
  • INAD 516: Supporting Student Learning and Assessment Across the Adolescence Content Areas
  • MTH 545: Teaching and Learning Mathematics with Technology
  • MTH 560: Advanced Issues in Mathematics Education
  • MTH 509: Ethnomathematics
  • MTH 514: Real Analysis
  • MTH 525: Mathematical Modeling

M.S., Inclusive Adolescence Mathematics-Course Rotation

School of Education - Graduate Adolescence Education

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