The mathematics education program offers a master of arts degree in education: mathematics education emphasis with two different options: elementary/middle school and secondary school. Both programs serve to help teachers ignite and sustain excitement about mathematics and learning. Graduates gain a deeper understanding of the key mathematical concepts encountered at their grade level and learn how to teach these concepts most effectively.
After you have been accepted to a DSE program and registered for a course(s), the charge ($140 per unit) is applied to your account and payment is expected immediately. Choose one of the three options below to make payment:
The simple application form allows us to have the information we need from you to generate official transcripts at the completion of your courses. You need apply only once; you may register for as many courses as you like.
The reading/language arts program has been designed to build leaders in the field of literacy instruction from kindergarten through community college levels. Coursework examines the reading/writing process, second language acquisition, literacy assessment techniques and the use of literature in the classroom. Across the program, a focus on successful practice for English language learners is emphasized.
If you have already taken some college level classes and need to complete your bachelor's degree to continue your career path the School of Education can help. We offer the following degree completion majors:
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