Mathematics Specialist (K-8) Program
Masters of Education Degree
The Mathematics Specialist Program at Virginia Tech is designed for in-service teachers in grades K-8. The program is a cohort program made up of 33 hours of coursework focusing on mathematics education leadership and mathematics content specific to grades K-8. The Mathematics Specialist Program leads to a Masters of Education Degree (MAED) or Education Specialist Degree (EdS) in Curriculum and Instruction.
At least 18 of the 33 credits including the Number and Operations course, Mathematics Education Leadership I and II courses, the 6 hours of field experience and at least one other math content course should be from Virginia Tech. The other 15 hours may be from Virginia Tech or from other partner universities as approved by the studentís advisor.
The Mathematics Specialist program at
Virginia Tech is
a cohort program. We accept 25
students into the program. Those
interested in applying should complete the graduate admission
application provided by the
Virginia public school employees have a reduced tuition rate. Applicants should download the 'Request for Reduced Tuition Rate' form and submit it directly to the Graduate School: http://www.grads.vt.edu/forms/academics/Req_K-12_Red_Tuition.pdf.
Mathematics Courses (15 hours)
Mathematics Education Courses (15 hrs)
Research Course (3 hrs)
Final project to be
with university advisor.
For more information contact:
300-C War Memorial Hall,