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Drexel University’s accredited Master’s of Science in Mathematics Learning and Teaching represents a highly evolved synthesis of research-based practices and a collaboration between the School of Education’s leaders in mathematics education, creators of the Award-Winning Math Forum @ Drexel.
This 45 to 46 credit program can be completed on a part-time basis and offers students an opportunity to achieve both a Master’s degree and a Drexel University Certificate in Graduate Study:
Drexel Online’s accredited Master's in Mathematics Learning and Teaching features:
Please note this program requires proof of certification for teaching at the middle or high school level for admission. Private or charter school teachers without certification can contact the program director for further evaluation. Applicants without certification can also pursue other M.S. programs and take MLT courses as electives or content courses.
About the Math Forum @ Drexel:
Drexel's accredited Graduate Program in Mathematics Learning and Teaching involves a collaboration between the School of Education and the Math Forum @ Drexel. This award-winning association enhances student experience in the classroom and beyond. Learn more about the Math Forum @ Drexel below.
The Math Forum @ Drexel has become one of the most successful applications of the Internet to any field of education. The Math Forum is an online community bringing together tens of thousands of students, teachers, educators, and mathematics enthusiasts to do solve mathematic problems and learn from each other.
Click here to view the curriculum for our Master's in Mathematics Learning and Teaching .
Graduate Education Non-Matricuated OptionDo you need continuing education requirements, Act 48 credits, or just looking for professional development and only want to take a couple of classes? Learn more about our non-matriculated option.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the fall & winter terms. Apply today!