Curriculum & Instruction

Master of Arts and Education

 

College Credit Plus in Mathematics

Earn your Master of Arts and Education Degree and complete it in 18 months!

Program Description

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. 

Master's Sample Program of Study

Term Course Number and Title Credit hours
Summer CI 6830 Curriculum Issues & Trends 3
MATH 5980 Introduction to Analysis (Analysis and Statistics Pathways) 3
MATH 5680 Introduction to Theory of Probability (Analysis and Statistics Pathways) 3
Fall TSOC 5300 Philosophy & Education 3
MATH 5820 Introduction to Real Analysis I (Analysis Pathway) OR 
MATH 5600 Application of Statistics I (Statistics Pathway)
3
Spring EDP 5310 Issues & Innovations in Learning & Instruction 3
MATH 5830 Introduction to Real Analysis II (Analysis Pathway) or
MATH 5690 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (Statistics Pathways)
3
Summer RESM 5520 Applied Assessment for Improved Practice 3
CI6590 Theory & Research in Mathematics Education 3
CI 6900 Master's Research Seminar 3
MATH 5780 Advanced Calculus (Analysis Pathway) OR
MATH 5610 Application of Statistics II (Statistics Pathways)
3
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Students who already have a Master's degree will be eligible to earn an Education Specialist degree. The Education Specialist is an advanced practitioner degree that is 30 hours beyond the Master's degree. The Education Specialist for CCP credentialing includes 18 hour of graduate level mathematics. 

Education Specialist Sample Program of Study

Term Course Number and Title Credit Hours
Summer CI 6830 Curriculum Issues & Trends 3
MATH 5980 Introduction to Analysis (Analysis and Statistics Pathways) 3
MATH 5680 Introduction to Theory of Probability (Analysis and Statistics Pathways) 3
Fall CI 7490 Education Specialist Practicum 3
MATH 5820 Introduction to Real Analysis I (Analysis Pathway) OR 
MATH 5600 Applications of Statistics I (Statistics Pathway)
3
Spring MATH 5830 Introduction to Real Analysis II (Analysis Pathway) OR
MATH 5690 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (Statistics Pathway)
3
Education Elective 3
Summer  Education Elective 3
MATH 5780 Advanced Calculus (Analysis Pathway) OR 
MATH 5610 Applications of Statistics II (Statistics Pathway)
3
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Admission requirements for the Mathematics track

  • Ohio license in AYA Math
  • Undergraduate preparation in Math
  • Admission to The College of Graduate Studies
Last Updated: 11/28/17