Master of Education in Professional Learning & Coaching in Mathematics
Program at a glance
- Evening, weekend and online classes
- 26% In-Service scholarship for educators
- 5 semesters to completion
- Unique blend of mathematics knowledge with leadership and coaching skills
The Professional Learning and Coaching in Mathematics master’s degree program is designed to deepen content proficiency, leadership and coaching skills for elementary, middle, and high school teachers. Students in this 36-hour program will engage in coursework that prepares them to be mathematics coaches, leaders, and practitioners in their schools and districts. Throughout the program, students will design, implement, model, and coach exemplary mathematics instruction aligned with the Common Core standards geared toward 21st century learners.
The program can be completed in 18-24 months and is designed to fit a full-time teacher’s busy schedule with classes on weeknights, Saturdays, online, and during the summer.
The College of Education also offers an Ed.S. in Professional Learning & Coaching in Mathematics.
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Brandon Banes: A Passion for High Quality Math Education
Talk to any one of Brandon Banes’ students and it’s practically a unanimous response, “You won’t be sorry if you take his class. He’ll help before or after class and goes through all the steps to really make sure you understand the material.”