Master of Arts for Teachers in Mathematics

Master of Arts for Teachers in Mathematics online degree

Do you solve equations and complete proofs for fun? Are you interested in teaching high school dual credit classes, or at a community college? Consider earning your online Master of Arts for Teachers in Mathematics.

This program teaches you how to apply the science and art of teaching to college-level instruction. You will learn to analyze and interpret mathematical data for real-world applications, to think and problem-solve mathematically, and to apply the best methods for teaching these lessons to an undergraduate audience.

Specific areas of focus include:

  • Algebra
  • Analysis
  • Topology and geometry
  • Differential equations and applications
  • Probability and statistics

Degree requirements

The online Master of Arts for Teachers in Mathematics requires you to complete 30 credit hours. These credit hours break down into the following requirements:

  • Core course ( 9 credit hours)
  • Electives ( 9 credit hours)
  • Education component (12 credit hours)

Admissions Requirements

This program is 100 percent online, so it fits in your schedule. While flexible and convenient, it is also top-notch IU quality. This program is a consortium taught by the same faculty who teach classes on campus at IU Kokomo, IU East, IU Northwest, IU South Bend, and IU Southeast.

With new regulations from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), high school teachers who want to teach dual-credit mathematics classes are required to hold a master’s degree in mathematics or another discipline, such as education, plus 18 credit hours of graduate coursework in a specific discipline.

The stackable structure of the MAT in Mathematics is ideal for those who want to teach dual-credit courses and who need to meet Higher Learning Commission dual-credit qualification standards. If you need both discipline-specific coursework and a master's degree, the MAT in Mathematics meets HLC standards. If you already hold a master's degree in a discipline other than mathematics, you can meet HLC standards by completing the Graduate Certificate in Mathematics.

If you are ready to get started on your online Master of Arts for Teachers in Mathematics, don’t wait! You can apply to the program today, and take the next step to earning your degree.

If you have further questions about what this program might entail, or want more detail about becoming an online student, learn more about the online Master of Arts for Teachers in Mathematics from IU Online.

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