Education (Elementary Mathematics and Science) - Master of Arts
The College of Education's School of Teacher Preparation, Administration and Leadership at New Mexico State University offers a 34 credit Master of Arts in Education in Elementary
Mathematics and Science for individuals who have completed a Bachelor's degree and already licensed teachers. The program is designed to prepare teachers to be specialists in mathematics and science teaching and learning, and to prepare them to be leaders.
A part-time student enrolling in 6 credit hours per semester, including the summer, will complete this program in 2 years. The program follows a cohort model.
Eligible Participants must:
- Have completed a bachelor's degree in a closely related field with a cumulative GPA of 2.80 or higher
- Be admitted to the NMSU Graduate School
- Be admitted to Curriculum & Instruction
Program Delivery: Main Campus; Face-to-face
|EDUC 515||Multicultural Education||3|
|EDUC 519||Research in Curriculum and Pedagogy||3|
|Elementary Mathematics and Science Course Work (28 credits)|
|EDUC 571||Elementary Mathematics Development I||3|
|MATH 568||Using Number Throughout the Curriculum||3|
|EDUC 572||Elementary Science Development||3|
|MATH 564||From Number to Algebra||3|
|E T 481||Engineering Principles for Elementary Teachers||3|
|BIOL 565||Biology In The K-6 Curriculum||3|
|MATH 567||From Measurement to Geometry||3|
|EDUC 573||Elementary Science Development||3|
|EDUC 577||Leadership Advocacy in Elementary Mathematics and Science||3|
|EDUC 597||Capstone Research Project||1|
Observations of teaching, technology, and multicultural education are integrated into all coursework.