Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

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The Master of Science in Mathematics Education is a 30-unit summer start program that provides a unique opportunity for those interested in advancing their professional development by:

• deepening and broadening their understanding of mathematics and mathematics education.
• developing their understanding of mathematics education research and its relationship to practice.
• developing their skills as teacher leaders in mathematics education.

Program Features

• Two-year cohort model.
• Summer and online/hybrid classes to fit a teacher’s schedule.
• Apply up to 6 units from the Chico Math Project toward the 30 unit degree.
• Financial aid, including the TEACH grant available for eligible students.
• University housing available during summer sessions.
• Graduates are qualified to teach at the community college level.

Class Registration

Class registration and/or drop requests are processed through Regional & Continuing Education (RCE). Register online using the links below, or contact RCE at 530-898-6105 or More about Adds, Drops & Refunds.

If you wish to enroll in more than one class at a time, use the back button to return to this page to add additional classes to your cart. Do not click “Continue Shopping.”

Cohort 1

Summer 2018

Research in Mathematics Education
   MTHE 601  |  3 Units  |  Faculty: Lindaman  |  Register

Topics 1: Topics in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers: Geometry
   MATH 620  |  3 Units  |  Faculty: Berglund  |  Register

Fall 2018

Topics 2: Topics in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers: Probability and Statistics
   MATH 650  |  3 Units  |  Faculty: K. Gray

Complete course requirements for the Master’s Degree in Mathematics Education can be found in the University Catalog.

For More Information

Pamela Morrell, Graduate Coordinator
530-898-3487 |

Application Process

• Consult with the Graduate Coordinator who will help you get started on the the master’s program.

• Complete application information can be found on the Department of Mathematics and Statistics website.

• To withdraw from the program, contact the Graduate Coordinator and Regional & Continuing Education.

Fees & Financial Aid

• Per unit fee is $480 (subject to change).

Financial Aid Information

Graduate Equity Fellowship Program

For additional information about the program, visit the Department of Mathematics and Statistics website.