Concordia University is offering an online Master of Education degree program with a focus on Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics (K-8). This online degree program can, if students opt to study full time, be completed in as little as one year. Through online learning, students are able to schedule their course work and study periods around their personal and professional commitments thus enabling them to complete their Masters degree at their own pace and from anywhere in the world.
Concordia’s online ME in Curriculum and Instruction (Mathematics) degree program is designed specifically for teachers in K-12 schools and community colleges. The program is designed to enhance their content knowledge and skills in mathematics to help students learn and understand the foundational concepts of the subjects. Those who successfully complete Concordia’s online ME in Education and Instruction degree program are eligible to pursue careers as College Instructors, Consultants or Advisors, Program Directors, Curriculum Directors, Division or Department Chairs, or Lead Grant Writers.
The curriculum of Concordia’s online ME in Curriculum and Instruction degree program includes 5 course courses as well foundational courses such as EDCI 526 (Foundational Mathematics Concepts); EDCI 536 (Learning and Teaching Measurement and Geometry); EDCI 546 (Learning and Teaching Algebraic Concepts, Data Analysis and Probability); EDCI 556 (Transformative Mathematics in the Differentiated Classroom); and EDGR 698 (Action Research – CAPSTONE course).
For more information on Concordia University’s online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction: Mathematics (K-8) degree program, its admission requirements, course description, tuition fees and financial aid available to students, contact a Concordia University admissions representative. Alternatively, potential students can visit the Concordia University website and view the information online.