Secondary Education: Mathematics provides students the opportunity to teach Mathematics in grades 9-12.
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers the Master of Education (EdM) Plus Secondary Education: Mathematics Licensure program.
Professional Sequence Requirements
Prior to Admission
*Note: State rules mandate that no course with a grade lower than C can be used towards licensure, endorsement, or approvals. This means courses with a C- or lower and CR/NC courses cannot be used.
Content Area Courses: an undergraduate major in Mathematics or 32 semester hours of math. Either option must include from the following:
- Standard 3-course calculus sequence
- Real Analysis
- Linear Algebra (matrices)
- Probability or Statistics
- One 4 credit hour course in Educational Psychology (EPSY 485)
- One 4 credit hour course in Educational Policy Studies
Professional Education Courses:
- Year One Spring Semester
- Year Two Fall Semester
- CI 403 M
- CI/EPSY 485
- SPED 405 or SPED 517
- Year Two Spring Semester
Minimum GPA Requirements
- Content and Professional Education GPA: 2.5
- Graduate GPA: 3.0
Additional State Required Assessment:
Master Degree Requirements
In addition to the above professional sequence, students must complete
- 3 500 level courses in Education (CI, EOL, EPOL, EPS, EPSY, HRD, SPED) or
- 2 500 level courses in Education if SPED 517 is taken
More information on the Master of Education program can be found in the College of Education Handbook and the Academic Catalog.
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