Mathematics Education
Graduate Programs


Andrew Izsak, Graduate Coordinator (E-mail)

The graduate programs of the department include the

Master of Education degree, the
Master of Arts degree, the
Master of Arts in Teaching degree, the
Specialist in Education Degree, and the
Doctor of Philosophy
degree.

The graduate program also serves students who are working on initial teacher certification, either as a Non-Degree student or as a Master of Arts in Teaching degree candidate.   Details of each degree programs are given in the Mathematics Education Academic Programs link on the College of Education web site.

Prospective Student Information

Current Student Information (See Graduate Handbook)

Application for Graduate Assistantship

Graduate School

 


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