Become a leader for mathematics education in your school and district with the online Master of Arts in Mathematics Education from Aurora University. Deepen your understanding of mathematical concepts and their usage throughout the K-12 spectrum and develop the mathematics content and pedagogy needed to excite and instill a passion for math in the next generation of learners.
Instructors in this program use open education resources (OER) in place of traditional textbooks for some courses. This means digital, openly licensed content is available free of charge to students.
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Aurora University’s online master’s in mathematics education provides you with a broad academic background and field experience in the subject. Secondary teachers who seek to increase their knowledge of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) content will be introduced to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for mathematics and the practices associated with them.
Each class is taught by faculty members who have real-world experience.
The education department is accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).Get Started
Course details are based on information available at the time of publication. Specific program requirements are subject to change.
Graduate-level course credit is transferable, allowing students to earn their degree faster than ever. Graduate-level credit earned at regionally accredited institutions of higher education graded “B” or better may be transferred to Aurora University and applied toward a master’s or other post-baccalaureate programs prior to enrollment into Aurora University.
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