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MAT in Mathematics

Up to $8000 Available

Master of Arts in Teaching
Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)

Becoming a teacher is one of the most gratifying professions. It provides growth opportunities for both students and teachers alike. If the area of focus happens to be mathematics then it becomes even more exciting yet challenging at the same time. This is owing to the fact that mathematics is not like any other subject. It is different and teaching it requires teachers who are not just dedicated but have a special skill-set altogether. This is a field which is not just demanding but is filled with challenges every day. It thus won’t be wrong to say that mathematics teachers are not just special, they are different too.

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Courses

Standard Path for Master of Arts in Teaching, Mathematics (5-9) or (5-12)

Middle School (5-9) Option: 35 Competency Units (credit equivalents)

High School (5-12) Option: 35 Competency Units (credit equivalents)

Foundations of Teaching Practice Integration (4 credit units)
Instructional Planning and Presentation (1 credit unit)
Application of Instructional Planning and Presentation for Mathematics (1 credit unit)
Mathematics Learning and Teaching (2 credit units)
Pre-Clinical Experiences in Mathematics (2 credit units)
Mathematics History and Technology (2 credit units)
Supervised Demonstration Teaching in Mathematics (12 credit units)
Teacher Work Sample (1 credit unit)
Professional Portfolio in Mathematics (1 credit unit)
Cohort Seminar in Mathematics (1 credit units)
Foundations of Research (2 credit units)
Literature Reviews for Educational Research (2 credit units)
Research Proposal (2 credit units)
Issues in Educational Research (2 credit units)

Degree Outcomes

Equipping such individuals with the right degrees is thus extremely essential. Our online master’s degree in mathematics provides the required preparation for obtaining a license to become a middle or high school math teacher coupled with the coursework to enable one to obtain a master’s degree.

  • Foundations of Teaching
  • Instructional Planning and Presentation
  • Mathematics Education
  • Preclinical Experiences
  • Demonstration Teaching (includes practice teaching)
  • Research Fundamentals

For whom is this program targeted at:

  • Those desirous of obtaining a license to become a certified middle school or high school teacher of mathematics as well earn a master’s degree. In order to do so one must possess a bachelor’s degree which should preferably be in a math or any of its allied subjects such as Engineering, Science etc.
  • Substitute teachers who lack a license, one’s seeking a career change, military personnel who have retired, school paraprofessionals and anybody else who holds a bachelor’s degree. In short, almost anyone can. The most important necessity being the desire to teach.
  • Before teaching somebody else, it is essential that one devotes time to teaching oneself. Thus, this program is meant for those individuals who can spend a minimum of 15 hours or more per week on studying.

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  • TEACH Grant Eligible
    (Up to $8,000)
  • Competency-Based, Not Credit Hour Based
  • Total Program Credits
    35 Competency Units
  • Flexible Course Schedule
  • Other Grants Available
  • NCATE

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