The master’s degree in Teaching, Learning and Leadership, option in Mathematics and
Science Education is designed for K-12 educators who want to deepen their content
and pedagogical knowledge of best practices in the teaching of science and mathematics.
The program prepares graduates to balance theory, research and practice so they can
challenge science and mathematics learners in a variety of educational settings.
The dynamic curriculum requirements allow students to take science and mathematics
specific courses as well as integrated science, technology, engineering and mathematics
(STEM) courses. Coursework preview:
Transcripts from all previously attended institutions, including an undergraduate
degree or minor in mathematics or science with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA or
satisfactory GRE score (quantitative)
The federal TEACH Grant Program may provide up to $4,000 a year to aid students seeking degrees in high-needs fields
and who meet specific eligibility requirements. Students must sign an Agreement to
Serve and acknowledge that if the terms are not fulfilled, the grant will be converted
to a loan that must be repaid.
Currently enrolled students are also eligible for scholarships offered through the College of Education and Human Sciences.