Department of Mathematics
and Computer Science
Master of Arts in Education With Major in Mathematics
The purpose of the M.A.E. in Mathematics is to enhance the mathematical knowledge and teaching techniques of middle and secondary mathematics teachers. The program is designed for individuals who currently hold a teaching certificate, but a certificate is not required for admission. Courses associated with this program do not require that the participant have an undergraduate major in mathematics. However, participants are required to have the mathematics background and maturity gained from at least twelve semester credit hours of mathematics at the undergraduate level, including at least eight semester credit hours in calculus.
The degree requires a minimum of 33 semester hours, at least 21 of which must be in mathematics and at least 9 of which must be in education.Required Mathematics Courses:
An additional 15 semester hours of electives are required, at least 12 of which must be in mathematics. The remaining 3 hours of electives may be in either mathematics or education. MATH 501, 509, 517, and 541 are excluded as electives. CSCI 562 and 563 may be counted.
To apply for the program contact The Citadel Graduate College in Bond Hall on The Citadel campus (843-953-5089), or on the Web at http://www.citadel.edu/graduatecollege/.
For more information about the program or admission requirements, contact Dr. John I. Moore, Jr., Department Head (phone: 843-953-5048, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), or Mr. Stephen D. Cotter, Program Director (phone: 843-953-5035, e-mail: email@example.com)