MASTER OF EDUCATION IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
Program experiences are designed to meet the needs of teachers who hold bachelor degrees in Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Secondary Mathematics Education, Mathematics, the sciences, and teachers who have alternative certification. We rely on strong academic advising when developing individual degree plans that takes into account a candidate's current knowledge and skills . Courses are offered on a rotating basis and are face to face or blended. The Master of Education in Mathematics Education is administered through the Gregg Wadley College of Science & Health Professions.
What Can I Do With A Master's Degree In Mathematics Education?
- School site mathematics education leader
- District elementary or secondary mathematics education curriculum coordinator
- District P-12 mathematics education curriculum coordinator
- District STEM curriculum coordinator
- Oklahoma Elementary Mathematics Specialist
- Mathematics Educational Consultant (Curriculum or Assessment Writing)
Did You Know?
According to the National Council on Teacher Quality, "On average, a master's degree earns teachers an additional $2,760 in their first year of teaching compared to a bachelor's degree. This salary advantage expands to an average of $7,358 per year by the time a teacher reaches the maximum point of the pay scale". This program also provides excellent preparation for a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education.
- Essay describing academic and professional background and future goals
- Hold or be eligible for a standard teaching certificate or be eligible for an alternative certification program
- 3.0 GPA in last 60 hours or minimum 288 on the GRE or 383 on the MAT
- Open Year Round
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*Fees include: facility fee, student activity fee, infrastructure fee, cultural/scholastic lecturer fee, student ID fee, technology services fee and remedial course fee, if applicable. NSU courses taught at off campus locations or online might have additional fees assessed. These totals are tuition and fee estimations per program based on the current catalog year. Books, supplies and some fees may not be included.