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MAT: Mathematics Requirements
(effective for those starting summer 2011)

Required Courses (31 SH)
MATH 501 Action Research in Mathematics Education (2 SH)
MATH 505 Fundamental Concepts of Advanced Math (3 SH)
MATH 507 History of Mathematics (3 SH)
MATH 511 Trends in Mathematics Education (3 SH)
MATH 523 Probability and Statistics for Secondary School Teachers (3 SH)
MATH 540 Geometry for Secondary School Teachers (3 SH)
MATH 550 Technology for Teaching Math (3 SH)
MATH 565 Calculus for Secondary School Teachers (3 SH)
MATH 580 Algebra for Secondary School Teachers (3 SH)
MATH 596 Capstone Proposal (2 SH)
MATH 598 Capstone Project (3 SH)

Elective Courses (choose a minimum of 1 SH)
MATH 531 El/MS Measurement (3 SH)
MATH 532 El/MS Prob Solv/Alg Reasoning (3 SH)
MATH 533 El/MS Geometry (3 SH)
MATH 534 El/MS Probability and Stats (3 SH)
MATH 535 Using Technology in El/MS Math(3SH)
MATH 536 Number/Operation in El/MS Math (3 SH)
MATH 590 Seminar (1 SH)
MATH 592 Special Topics (1-4 SH)

Minimum Total Graduate Program Credits Required (32 SH)

Program Requirements
  1. Complete required courses (31 SH)
  2. Complete elective courses (1 SH)
  3. Present and successfully defend the Capstone Project.

Planned Schedule
The required courses of the MAT Math degree are offered in a rotating schedule shown below. One or two week elective courses (2-3 SH) are offered each summer so that the MAT degree coursework can be completed in 2-3 years.

Fall Semesters

Spring Semesters

Summer - Even Years

Summer - Odd Years