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Course Sequence: Master in Teaching Math and Science (MTMS)

Candidates enrolled in the MTMS program follow a course sequence designed to exceed the demands of today's classrooms. Graduates complete the program with knowledge and skills required for effective teaching, developed through integration of internship experiences, positive peer interdependence, and focused pedagogy for teaching secondary students in math and science.

Certification Component

Summer  
EDU 6170 Inquiry, Teaching, & Assessment for Math and Science I (4)
EDU 6132 Learners in Context (3)
EDU 6918 Introduction to Teaching (2)
EDRD 6530 Reading/Writing in Content Areas (3)
 
Autumn  
EDU 6171 Inquiry, Teaching, & Assessment for Math and Science II (3)
EDU 6134 Professional Issues: Child Abuse/Others (2)
EDU 6130
Classroom Management (3)
EDU 6945 Internship (5)

Winter  
EDU 6172 Inquiry, Teaching, & Assessment for Math and Science III (2)
EDU 6500 Educational Technology for Math & Science (3)
EDU 6945 Internship (5)
 
Spring  
EDU 6173 Inquiry, Teaching, & Assessment for Math and Science IV (2)
EDU 6139 Internship Seminar (3)
EDU 6133 Diversity in America (3)
EDU 6945 Internship (5)

MTMS Degree Requirements
EDU 6978 Introduction to STEM Education Research (3)
EDU 6085 Moral Issues in Education (3)
EDU 6526 Survey of Instructional Strategies (3)
EDSP 6644 Educating Exceptional Students
EDU 6120 American Education: Past and Present (3)

Many students complete the master's degree component during Spring Quarter and Summer Sessions following internship.

Find information about this Program Overview, Program Outline, Suggested Course Sequence, and Admission Information.

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