Minot State offers new graduate concentration in secondary mathematics

MINOT, N.D. – Minot State University is offering Advanced Mathematics for Teachers, a three credit course, for mathematics teachers in grades 9-12 during its Summer 2019 session as a part of the University’s new concentration in secondary mathematics in its Master of Education program.

The concentration fulfills the requirement for high school teachers interested in teaching dual entry / credit mathematics coursework.

Teachers can start the concentration program with the new course offered at Bismarck State College. The course begins June 17 and runs to June 28, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The course will broaden and deepen teachers understanding of the advanced mathematics topics taught in high school courses, enhancing teaching abilities. During the course, individuals will improve skills at incorporating inquiry and reasoning in teaching secondary mathematics, both in the lessons conducted and the types of problems students are given to solve. The course will include appropriate technology and many applications.

Along with the advanced course this summer, Minot State also offers a Master of Education degree at an affordable tuition rate. Most courses for the Master of Education degree are offered online or via interactive video.

Registration is now open for the Master of Education degree with applications accepted until May 15. More information on the degree and the application are available ONLINE.

For more information about the new concentration in secondary mathematics or the new course, contact Laurie Geller, vice president for academic affairs, by EMAIL or by phone at 701-858-3329/800-777-0750.

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Published: 04/29/19   

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