The Master of Teaching (M.T.) program in mathematics education prepares prospective teachers of mathematics by building on the students’ undergraduate mathematics studies. The M.T. program in mathematics education includes preparation in pedagogy and technology, as well as advanced course work in mathematics and practical teaching experiences in the schools under the supervision of University personnel.
The Master of Education in Mathematics (M.Ed.) degree is offered for in-depth preparation of secondary and/or middle school teachers of mathematics, and a doctoral degree is offered to prepare people to work in mathematics education at the college level and to prepare professionals to work in supervisory positions in mathematics.
Prospective students in the doctoral-level programs must have a master’s degree in mathematics or mathematics education, and at least two years of teaching experience. Doctoral programs are individually tailored and generally require course work in mathematics education, mathematics, research methodology, and other areas of education.