M.S. in Mathematics Learning and Teaching
The Master’s in Mathematics Teaching and Learning program is a highly selective and individualized program. Prior to registration, candidates are evaluated to determine their qualifications and upon acceptance, work individually with an academic advisor to establish a long-term goal, including a plan of study, a schedule for graduation and help with choosing electives.
Academic advisors prepare a personal advisement plan for each student and assist with a range of study issues such as time management, professional development, etiquette and communication skills. Advisors can also direct students to appropriate contacts for questions regarding financial aid, career placement and other university services.
If you would like to speak to the program manager, please visit the Academic Advisor Directory.