Mathematics Education, Master of Education
The Master of Education in Mathematics Education leads to an initial teaching license in the state of Ohio, to teach mathematics in grades 7-12.
Core courses focused on methods of teaching and theories for mathematics learning.
Two supervised student teaching experiences, our theory-to-practice approach to teacher education allows you to try out the new skill sets as you learn them.
Prepare to become a leader in a school district, advocating for issues of social justice in the classroom.
Throughout your program you are supported by nationally recognized STEM faculty and instructors. You will be assigned a faculty advisor that oversees your progress as well as a program manager who will coordinate your academic activities and student teaching experiences.
I originally started the Math MEd Program at Ohio State University in hopes of earning my licensure and degree to become a high school math teacher. The MEd program had a rigorous curriculum that prepared me for everyday tasks and encouraged me to find opportunities to network and continue my learning after the program. As I finish up my first year of teaching, I have come to realize that the program did not just give me the credentials needed to teach, but helped me to explore and understand who I am as a teacher. I created memories with the faculty, mentors and cohort that would last a lifetime while getting me closer to my goal.
Prerequisite Coursework with minimum 2.75 GPA, bachelor’s degree, overall 3.0 GPA
Deadline to apply