Master of Mathematics for Teaching (MMT)
The Master of Mathematics for Teaching (MMT) program is designed for those within the mathematics teacher community who seek a content-rich experience of mathematics to strengthen their work in classrooms. The program prepares students for leadership roles in developing mathematics curriculum and teacher training. This degree leads to a professional teaching license in mathematics.
The courses, which emphasize depth over breadth, are designed around mathematics for teaching and current research in mathematics education.
The MMT program is specifically designed for candidates who hold an initial license for teaching mathematics and have taught a minimum of two years under that license.
The structure of the program, six-week summer sessions over the course of three summers and coursework as a part-time student over two academic years, was designed to work with your teaching schedule.
Education Coursework (18 cr)
- SED ME 558 Mathematics Curriculum: Programs, Issues, and Trends (4 cr)
- SED ME 580 Connecting Seminar: Geometry (2 cr)
- SED ME 581 Advanced Topics in Algebra for Teachers (2 cr)
- SED ME 589 Designing Professional Development Programs in Mathematics Education (4 cr)
- SED ME 590 Field Study: Mathematics Education 5–8 or 8–12 (2 cr)
- One SED ME elective course (4 cr)
Mathematics Coursework (20 cr)
- CAS MA 547 Topics in Number Theory (4 cr)
- CAS MA 548 Problem Solving in Number Theory (4 cr)
- CAS MA 647 Research Methods in Mathematics I (2 cr)
- CAS MA 648 Research Methods in Mathematics II (2 cr)
- Two CAS MA elective courses (8 cr)