Mathematics

Mathematics

The dual degree in Mathematics Education is a 152-credit degree that can be earned in five years.

The graduate curriculum builds on the undergraduate foundation and promotes the application of theoretical and quantitative knowledge in an education environment while integrating technology. Applications for the dual degree are accepted in the second semester of the junior year. This program allows students to take up to three graduate-level classes while they are undergraduate students.

Students will be prepared to become accomplished mathematics teachers by extending the depth and breadth of mathematical skills previously learned on the undergraduate level. The dual degree enables teaching professionals to use these expanded skills to motivate and engage a diverse population of students. Particular attention is paid to integrating technology in the classroom to meet standards set by both New York state and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.