Curriculum & Instruction

Master of Arts and Education in Mathematics

ADVANCED mathematics EDUCATION

This combined master's program integrates graduate courses in mathematics and education to prepare students with a advance understanding of teaching and learning in mathematics or statistics. This program is appropriate for students in mathematics who are interested in developing as educators as well as educators interested in advancing their development in mathematics or statistics. 

College Credit Plus. The Master of Arts and Education in Mathematics is a 36 credit hour program designed to prepare licensed mathematics teachers as College Credit Plus instructors. Coursework includes 18 hours of graduate level mathematics. Program completers will be qualified to teach Ohio TAG (TAG MATH 1850, 1860 [Analysis Pathway]) and OTM college courses in calculus or statistics or both depending on the mathematics courses selected below (OTM: MATH 2600 [Statistics Pathway]) in high school or for the University of Toledo. 

Do you already have a master's degree? Then you may be eligible to earn an Education Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  

Are you interested in an initial license to teach life science in grades 7 through 12? Then you may be interested in our Licensure and Master's Program (LAMP)

master's sample program: Statistics pathway
Education Core: 12 credit hours
CI 6830 Trends and Issues in Curriculum and Instruction (3 hrs.)
EDP 5310 Issues & Innovations in Learning and Instruction (3 hrs.)
RESM 5220 Applied Assessment for Improved Practice (3 hrs.)
TSOC 5300 Philosophy & Education (3 hrs.)
Mathematics Statistics Pathway: 18 credit hours
MATH 5980 Introduction to Analysis (3 hrs.)
MATH 5680 Introduction to Theory of Probability (3 hrs.)
MATH 5600 Application of Statistics I (3 hrs.)
MATH 5690 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (3 hrs.)
MATH 5610 Application of Statistics II (3 hrs.)
MATH 5350 Applied Linear Algebra (3 hrs.)
Master's Culminating Courses: 6 credit hours
CI 6590 Theory & Research in Mathematics Education (3 hrs.)
CI 6900 Master's Research Seminar (3 hrs.)

 

master's sample program: Analysis pathway
Education Core: 12 credit hours
CI 6830 Trends and Issues in Curriculum and Instruction (3 hrs.)
EDP 5310 Issues & Innovations in Learning and Instruction (3 hrs.)
RESM 5220 Applied Assessment for Improved Practice (3 hrs.)
TSOC 5300 Philosophy & Education (3 hrs.)
Mathematics Analysis Pathway: 18 credit hours
MATH 5980 Introduction to Analysis (3 hrs.)
MATH 5680 Introduction to Theory of Probability (3 hrs.)
MATH 5820 Introduction to Real Analysis I (3 hrs.)
MATH 5830 Introduction to Real Analysis II (3 hrs.)
MATH 5780 Advanced Calculus(3 hrs.)
MATH 5300 Linear Algebra I (3 hrs.)
Master's Culminating Courses: 6 credit hours
CI 6590 Theory & Research in Mathematics Education (3 hrs.)
CI 6900 Master's Research Seminar (3 hrs.)

  

EDUCATION SPECIALIST SAMPLE PROGRAM: statistics pathway
Education Core: 3 credit hours
CI 8830 Trends and Issues in Curriculum and Instruction (3 hrs.)
Education Electives (select two): 6 credit hours
CI 8590 Theory & Research in Mathematics Education (3 hrs.)
EDP 7310 Issues & Innovations in Learning and Instruction (3 hrs.)
RESM 7220 Applied Assessment for Improved Practice (3 hrs.)
TSOC 7300 Philosophy & Education (3 hrs.)
Mathematics Statistics Pathway: 18 credit hours
MATH 5980 Introduction to Analysis (3 hrs.)
MATH 5680 Introduction to Theory of Probability (3 hrs.)
MATH 5600 Application of Statistics I (3 hrs.)
MATH 5690 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (3 hrs.)
MATH 5610 Application of Statistics II (3 hrs.)
MATH 5350 Applied Linear Algebra (3 hrs.)
Education Specialist Culminating Course: 3 credit hours 
CI 7490 Education Specialist Practicum

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Last Updated: 12/21/17