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  The Graduate School of Education 2007-2009 Master of Education (Ed.M.) Programs with State Certification Programs in the Department of Learning and Teaching Ed.M. in Mathematics Education (Certification: Teacher of Mathematics)  

Ed.M. in Mathematics Education (Certification: Teacher of Mathematics)


Coordinator: Dr. Keith Weber (732-932-7496, ext. 8123; email: khweber@rci.rutgers.edu)

The Graduate School of Education offers a postbaccalaureate master's degree/initial teacher certification program inMathematics Education. The program requires that a student have a bachelor's degree with a major appropriate to the area of licensure, 90 credits in liberal arts, and satisfaction of the general education distribution. The requirements needed to satisfy the general education distribution can be found in the Office of Academic Services, Room 110, Graduate School of Education (732-932-7496, ext. 8132).

The specific program requirements are as follows:

Mathematics Education (18 credits)

05:300:341 Modern High School Mathematics (3)

05:300:442 Problem Solving (3)

05:300:443 Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics (3)

05:300:444 Practicum in Teaching Secondary School Mathematics (3)

15:254:540 Introduction to Mathematics Education (3)

15:254:548 Technology in Math Teaching (3)

Common Professional Education Core (15 credits)

05:300:306 Principles of Classroom Learning (3)

05:300:401 Individual and Cultural Diversity in the Classroom (3)

15:255:533 Assessment and Measurement for Teachers (2)

15:255:534 Classroom Organization (1)

15:255:537 Education, Ethics, and Society (3)

15:255:538 Teacher as Researcher (3)

Internship in Teaching (12 credits)

15:255:535 Internship in Teaching (9)

15:255:536 Internship Seminar (3)

Mathematics Specialization
Before teacher certification can be recommended, the student must have completed at least 30 credits in mathematics, computer science, and statistics including: Calculus III, linear algebra, probability/statistics, geometry, and computer science. At least 12 credits must be at the 300 or 400 level.

 
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