Master of Science in Mathematics
(pending SACS approval)
The Holland School of Science and Mathematics announces The Master of Science in Mathematics starting the Summer of 2014. The program is specifically designed for the working high school mathematics teacher. You will be well qualified to teach College Algebra, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Introduction to Statistics for dual credit and at the college level by combining your teaching experience and 33 graduate hours in mathematics.
To allow you to continue working, we scheduled the classes over three summers and two intervening school years.
Focused on personal attention, and allowing you to stay at home as much as possible, the courses are hybrid in nature. During the summer semesters, a student will:
- spend approximately six days on campus
- attend regularly scheduled online meetings where we discuss mathematics
- watch online lectures and teaching material
- and submit their assignments online
With the hybrid course structure, you can ‘attend’ classes from your home, reducing the cost and time away from family.
In the program, you will find yourself working with a dedicated faculty. They make themselves accessible and strive to provide not only professional insight into graduate mathematics, but with small class sizes, scheduled office hours and online meetings, they work with you in a supportive and encouraging community of mathematicians.
The mathematics curriculum will include:
- Introduction to Topology
- Advanced Topics of Calculus I and II
- Linear Algebra
- Real Analysis I and II
- Mathematical Statistics I and II
- Mathematical Modeling I and II
The program provides a solid foundation allowing you to teach college level mathematics, including dual credit courses.
We encourage you to browse our site and email us at email@example.com for more information. We look forward to discussing the program with you.