Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Mathematics Education

Degree Earned: EdD Equips school leaders to design strategies and pedagogies for improvement in teaching and learning mathematics. The training focuses on research methods that are practice-oriented and conducted through the doctoral research projects (DRP) to address issues of equity in math education and understand the relationship between teacher professional development and student learning.

Doctor of Philosophy in Education and Human Development, Mathematics Education

Degree Earned: PhD Equips candidates to become leaders, faculty members, and researchers at the forefront of change as a critical shortage of mathematics teachers and lagging student achievement levels give way to new understandings about how children learn simple, complex mathematical concepts over the arc of their schooling experience.

Master of Arts in STEM Education, Math

Degree Earned: MA Positions teachers to work successfully in leadership roles in urban and diverse schools and understand the important role mathematics play in students' lives. Graduates help meet the high demand for qualified, effective mathematics teachers. Core Courses are fully online. You may choose elective courses in on-campus, hybrid and fully online formats.

Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Science (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares educators to teach science to diverse adolescents and promote their appreciation for scientific discovery. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Graduates gain in-depth, relevant knowledge and skills that allow them to make science meaningful to their students.