The degree requires ten (10) courses, which include three (3) core courses, and seven (7) concentration courses. A comprehensive examination is required as the student’s culminating experience.
|Education Core Courses (3)|
|EDUC 991||Philosophy of Education and Teaching Practice|
|EDUC 998||Language Development and Communication|
|EDUC 999||Research and Evaluation (recommended after completion
of three Content or Concentration courses)
|Concentration Courses (7)|
|MATH 901||Foundations of Mathematics|
|MATH 999||Reading and Research in Higher Mathematics AND|
|Five (5) additional courses approved in writing by the student’s advisor.|
The student is expected to develop competencies in the following areas: analysis, algebra, geometry, discrete mathematics, and probability and statistics.
Coordinator and Advisor: Dr. Julie Levandosky, Mathematics
- Requirements are accurate to date. However, the University reserves the right to change requirements in the future, and will notify applicants should any changes be made.
- Refer to appropriate catalog for Degree Requirements for prior years.