William and Mary School of Education

Math Specialist

The M.A.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration as a Math Specialist is intended to prepare experienced, licensed  teachers to serve as Math Specialists in K-8 schools.  Graduates of the program are eligible for licensure endorsement as Math Specialists in Virginia.   Students who already hold a graduate degree and wish to add the Math Specialist endorsement must still be admitted into the graduate program.

Program Requirements

 

Foundations
EDUC F11 Social, Philosophical, Cultural, And Historical Foundations of Education
3
EDUC F12 Advanced Educational Psychology & Development
3
EDUC F65 Research Methods In Education
3
Hours
9
Mathematics Courses
MATH 509 Probability and Statistics for Teachers
3
MATH 516 Geometry and Measurement for Teachers
3
MATH 535 Number and Number Sense
3
MATH 536 Function and Algebra for Teachers
3
MATH 537 Rational Numbers and Proportional Reasoning
3
Hours
15
Core Speciality
CRIN M01
Current Trends in Mathematics Educ:  Leadership I for Mathematics Specialists
3
CRIN M02
Development and Evaluation of Educational Staff: Leadership II for Mathematics Specialists
3
CRIN M03 Advanced Curriculum Theory in Mathematics: Leadership III for Mathematics Specialists
3
CRIN S81 Technology in Mathematics and Science
3
Elective CRIN, EDUC, EPPL, or MATH course
3
Hours
15
Culminating Experience
CRIN M04 Internship in Mathematics Leadership
3
HOURS
3
TOTAL HOURS
42
Program Contact: Dr. Margie Mason 757-221-2327 / [[mmmason]]