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Mathematics Education

Learn with Minot State
Mathematics education majors take courses in calculus, differential equations, linear and abstract algebra, and probability and statistics. You will also take required mathematics education classes as you prepare for teaching at the secondary level.

Our faculty
Faculty members in the Department of Math and Computer Science are highly-qualified instructors eager to help you meet academic and career goals. In addition to training future mathematicians, teachers, and computer scientists, the department is responsible for all general education mathematics classes. The Department of Teacher Education and Kinesiology features instructors who are sought after for their scholarly expertise and contributions to the community. We provide the academic training and field experience you will need for a career as a mathematics education teacher.

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Employment outlook
Job prospects are strong for high school math teachers. North Dakota is having a hard time meeting the demand for qualified mathematics teachers, as are other states.
Student teaching 
Mathematics education majors are required to complete 12 weeks of student teaching. As a student teacher you will be responsible, as much as is appropriate, for the cooperating teacher’s classroom.
Class size
Minot State’s small classroom sizes allow you to experience valuable one-on-one interaction with professors and participate in practical collaboration with your classmates.
Get involved
To enhance your classroom learning, you can belong to Students of North Dakota United (SNDU).
Minot State University is in the process of applying for accreditation via the Council for Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP) and expects approval in early 2019. Teacher education programs are currently accredited by NCATE. Minot State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.