MASTER OF EDUCATION WITH AN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CONCENTRATION
Minot State University is pleased to present grant supported courses which can be applied toward a Mathematics Concentration within the Master of Education (MEd) degree program at Minot State. A mathematics concentration within that degree will require five of the six courses:
- MATH 531 Elementary/Middle School Measurement (Summer 2013)
- MATH 533 Elementary/Middle School Geometry (Summer 2013)
- MATH 534 Elementary/Middle School Probability and Stats (Summer 2014)
- MATH 535 Using Technology in Elementary/Middle School Math (Summer 2014)
- MATH 532 Elementary/Middle School Problem Solving/Algebraic Reasoning (Summer 2015)
- MATH 536 Number/Operation in Elementary/Middle School Math (Summer 2015)
These courses will be offered in a two-week format in Minot and a two-week format in Mayville during summer sessions. For more information on registration, see the summer schedule HERE.
Required education courses in the MEd can also be taken during the same summers, but are also offered as weekend or night classes during the school year. Details about the entire MEd program are available at HERE.
The above math classes are supported by a grant. The grant pays the cost of instruction, travel, room (if staying on campus), books, and stipends of $100 per credit for follow-up activities. Visit Grant Funding for more information about this grant.
Enrollment in the grant supported mathematics courses is also open to ND teachers who are not pursuing the MEd Degree.
Registration starts on March 19. Registration and housing information can be found on the Application/Registration page.
To be considered for admission to the Elementary/Middle School Mathematics Concentration as part of the M.Ed. program, applicants must have
- completed all admission requirements for MSU Graduate School
- been accepted to the M.Ed. program
- at least two years elementary or middle school teaching experience
A maximum of two out-of-state students will be admitted per year, unless there are not enough qualified North Dakota applicants. Application deadline: April 15.
CONTACT: If you have questions, please contact Cheryl Nilsen at Cheryl.Nilsen@minotstateu.edu or 701.858.3106 or 1.800.777.0750 ext 3106.