Adolescence Mathematics (M.S.T., Transitional B)
This clinically rich master’s degree program prepares candidates to teach mathematics as a content-area subject in grades 7 through 12.
In addition to the general requirement for graduate study and for initial teacher education programs, candidates for the adolescence mathematics program must have an undergraduate major in mathematics or its equivalent with a minimum of 30 credits in specific mathematics content areas.
Otherwise qualified candidates who lack coursework in a specified area may be admitted conditionally, but must make up the content deficit prior to completion of the program. Attendance at an Adolescence M.S.T. information session is recommended.
Program of Study
|UEGE 5102||Historical, Philosophical, and Multicultural Foundations of American Education||3|
|CTGE 5420||Educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners: Pre K-12||3|
|CTGE 5287||Clinical Seminar in Adolescence Mathematics||3|
|CTGE 5547||Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum||3|
|CTGE 5401||Human Development and Learning||3|
|or PSGE 5302||Psychology of Adolescent Development and Learning|
|CTGE 5286||Teaching and Assessing Mathematics in Adolescent Classrooms||3|
|CTGE 5165||Consultation and Co-Teaching in Collaborative Classrooms||3|
|CTGE 6261||Media Literacy Technology||3|
|CTGE 5155||Special Education Foundations: Past, Present, Future||3|
|CTGE 5402||Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents: Assessment and Planning||3|
|CTGE 0709||Adolescence Education Portfolio||0|
|CTGE 5200||Field Experience Seminar: Issues in Reflective Practice (taken twice)||0|
The workshops listed below are required of all Initial Teaching (M.S.T.) programs as well as certain other programs related to NY state licensure.
|EDGE 0230||Schools Against Violence Education Workshop||0|
|EDGE 0210||Child Abuse Identification and Reporting Workshop||0|
|EDGE 0260||Dignity for All Students Training||0|
|EDGE 0220||Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Training||0|