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Master of Arts Mathematical Foundations
Nationwide, mathematics educators are in notably high demand. At Fairleigh Dickinson University, the online Master of Arts in Mathematical Foundations degree prepares you to meet this need and go further in your teaching career.
The Master of Arts in Mathematical Foundations program is designed for elementary, middle school, and special education teachers who wish to teach math at the upper primary and middle school levels- even if they lack a mathematics background. The curriculum emphasizes pedagogical competence, technical proficiency, and cultural responsiveness to the needs of diverse learners. Taught by reflective practitioners who embrace the concept of lifelong learning, you’ll gain the hands-on skills you need to help students understand math concepts, solve problems, and build their academic capacities.
Key topics taught by the online master’s in math program include:
In addition, you can take up to 12 credits in supervision and learn how models of supervisory leadership and their practical application can help you in the next phase of your career. Depending on your state requirements, these courses may apply for your supervision license. Other elective options are available if you do not choose supervision as a career path.
For your convenience, the online masters in math education is taught fully online. This flexible format means you’ll never have to sacrifice classroom time with your students, and your coursework can be completed when and where it’s right for you. Because your degree fits around your work schedule, you can immediately apply your training to your career.
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): 785 USD
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Large Suburb
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999