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Courses/Degree Information

Master of Arts in Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree provides an avenue of entry into the teaching profession through graduate level study. The M.A.T. in Mathematics is intended for persons with a baccalaureate degree who have majored in mathematics (or the equivalent). Completion of the M.A.T. in Mathematics leads to certification to teach mathematics in grades 9-12.

Specific degree requirements for the M.A.T. degree are detailed on the Master of Arts in Teaching webpage. Students who currently are enrolled at Coastal and desire to enter the M.A.T. program upon graduation may enroll in up to three Education courses prior to receiving a bachelors degree.

Graduate level courses for the Mathematics content area will be offered as follows.

Summer 2006 MATH 670 Number Theory
  STAT 601 Conceptual Statistics

Summer 2007 MATH 612 History of Mathematics
  MATH 675 Introduction to Graph Theory

Summer 2008 MATH 670 Number Theory
  STAT 601 Conceptual Statistics

In addition, the PRAXIS II content knowledge examination must be successfully passed by all students prior to entry into the Internship II semester (Spring of each year) of the M.A.T. program.