Towson University provides highly developed educational experiences through a broad range of intellectual opportunities to a diverse student body at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The academic programs and services offered through the university provide a core quality environment for students to acquire the intellectual and social preparation to achieve their potential as contributing leaders and citizens of the workforce and a complex global society.
At the Laurel College Center, Towson University offers the Master of Science in Mathematics Education - Middle School.
The degree is designed to ensure that certified middle school teachers meet and surpass the standards set by the No Child Left Behind act while gaining advanced knowledge in mathematics content and pedagogy. Graduates of the program frequently find leadership positions in mathematics education as master teachers, curriculum developers, mathematics supervisors and more.
The M.S. program is designed for the full-time educator taking courses part time. Classes are offered conveniently in late afternoon, evening and over the summer. The middle school track provides core course work in mathematical content, mathematics education, and pedagogy. Through elective courses, you can further specialize in an area of your interest.
You may be eligible to complete your master's degree with your fellow teachers in a cohort program if you teach in a public school. The cohort program offers on-site courses at a reduced tuition cost. Towson offers the middle school track cohort at the Laurel College Center for Howard and Prince George's counties.
Click here http://grad.towson.edu/program/master/mted-mids-ms/ for information on:
- Admissions & Registration
- Tuition and Fees
- Schedule of Classes