Mathematics Education (MS)
Thesis Plan - 34 credits
Alternate Plan Paper - 34 credits
Teaching licensure is a prerequisite to pursuing this degree which is for teachers interested in a graduate program in teaching mathematics. This degree does not lead to initial teaching licensure. Students who desire initial licensure should consult the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program listed in this bulletin.
At least half of the credits applied to a program must be earned in 600-level courses excluding thesis or Alternate Plan Paper credits. After completing 16 credits the student must select a three-member examining committee and form a program of study. A student may choose to write an alternate plan paper or thesis. This program requires a comprehensive exam, and an oral defense of the alternate plan paper or thesis.
Professional Education - Choose 6 Credit(s). Any 500/600 level Professional Education courses that must be approved by the student's advisor.
Choose 7 - 9 Credit(s). Any 500/600 level courses must be approved by student's advisor in order to fulfill the total required hours
Choose 1 - 3 Credit(s).