Give instructors an edge. Plot the course for a new generation. With an Ed.S. in Mathematics Education from NSU, you become an integral part of educator training, program administration and curriculum development for K-12, middle school and secondary school mathematics.
This specialist program arms you with research-based best practices and skills to assess performance, develop curriculum, write grants and teach subject areas such as geometry, algebra, and calculus.
Who Should Apply
|Course Number||Course Title and Description||Credits|
|EDU 0708||Research Design in Education||3|
|EDU 0719||Current Research in Human Development||3|
|EDU 0729||Evaluation and Assessment Practices||3|
|MAT 0704||Algebra for Teachers||3|
|MAT 0705||Advanced Problem-Solving Strategies for Teachers||3|
|MAT 0680||The K-12 Mathematics Curriculum: Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Diversity||3|
|MAT 0701||Creative Geometry for the Classroom||3|
|EDU 0702||Curriculum Trends and Innovation||3|
|EDU 0714||Families, Schools, and Communities: Current Perspectives in a Diverse Society||3|
|MAT 0700||Incorporating Calculus Ideas in the Classroom||3|
|MAT 0702||Probability and Statistics for the Educational Specialist||3|
|APR 0750||Educational Field-Based Project||3|
TOTAL CREDITS: 36
This capstone project is the final step in the completion of the program. Graduate students will learn how to write a winning proposal through research and coursework and design a successful mathematics intervention program for their targeted population through both qualitative and quantitative research approaches. The major outcome of this capstone will be to develop an actual funding and grants proposal for their school or district.
Coursework in the math education degree program is conducted entirely online. This approach allows all students – including international students and those who don’t live near our South Florida campuses – to receive and submit coursework and interact with participants and professors via the Internet. This distance education option allows busy professionals the option to complete their degree without having to leave their jobs or travel long distances.
Students are advised to contact their state department of education or an Enrollment Services Representative (Academic Advisor) to determine if this program is suitable for certification/licensure and their career goals.
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