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

• Spring class registration begins November 1
• Summer class registration begins April 2
• Fall class registration begins July 1

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.

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Cohort 1

Fall 2019

Equitable Access to Mathematics in Secondary Classroom
   MTHE 602  |  3 Units  |  Faculty: Strand  | Dates: 9/7, 9/21, 10/12, 11/2, and 11/16 (HOLT Hall, 171 except on 11/2 meets in HOLT 113).

Additional Courses (TBA)
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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.

• If you live outside of California, please verify our online programs are available in your state. There are approximately twelve states where it is cost prohibitive for Chico State to offer online courses and degree programs.

• 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.