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If you’re in the early years of your math teaching career and thinking about earning a master’s degree, you’re probably looking for a program that will not interfere with your classroom routine. Moving miles to a university campus may be out of the question. 

Ball State University offers a master of arts in mathematics education degree that you can earn 100 percent online with courses taught by the same engaged professors who teach on campus.

Depending on the teaching license you hold and your experience, you can choose one of three master of arts in mathematics education concentrations:

Toni Hillman

"The Creativity course opened my eyes to new, out-of-the-box strategies for getting my students engaged and thinking!"

— Toni Hillman, Sixth-Grade Math Instructor at the American School of Milan

Read her story!

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Modes of Delivery

Courses for this program are offered online or on our main campus in Muncie. You can also take a blend of these courses. You can complete the program 100 percent online. The majority of online courses are taught in an asynchronous format where you work on weekly assignments at the times and places most convenient to you. Some online courses are taught in fixed-time format meaning you will have weekly lectures that are webcast during specific evening hours.

Math education programs—particularly those in elementary education math—are few and far between in an online classroom.

Related Degree

If you are looking to teach at a community college, you might be interested in Ball State's master's degree for post-secondary math educators, also available completely online.

Academic Advisor

Ann Leitze, Mathematics Education Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences 

 

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