Mathematics- Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Science

For information, contact:
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Mathematics
123 Bachelor Hall, 513-529-5818

Admission Requirements

A Bachelor's degree with an undergraduate major in mathematics or permission of the director of graduate studies is required and a GPA of 2.75 or higher.

Mathematics- Master of Science

Program Requirements

(32 semester hours)

Required courses
MTH 541Real Analysis3
MTH 591Introduction to Topology3
MTH 621Abstract Algebra I4
MTH 641Functions of a Real Variable4
Select three of the following:9-10
Advanced Optimization
Advanced Graph Theory
Advanced Differential Equations
Introduction to Algebraic Topology
In consultation with Graduate advisor, select additional hours to total 329
Total Credit Hours32-33

Up to 6 of the 32 hours may come from outside mathematics, with the approval of the graduate committee.

15 of the 32 semester hours must be 600-level MTH courses. No thesis required.

Mathematics- Master of Arts in Teaching

Program Requirements

This is primarily a summer program for certified/licensed teachers. Courses are offered on a three-year revolving basis in the summer terms, except for one online course in the Fall of even-numbered years. Required are 30 semester hours of graduate mathematics and education content including:  

Required courses:
MTH 508Mathematical Problem Solving with Technology3
MTH 604Discrete Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers3
MTH 605Calculus for Secondary School Teachers3
MTH 606Geometry for Secondary School Teachers3
MTH 607Algebra for Secondary School Teachers3
MTH 609Data Analysis and Inference for Secondary School Teachers3
MTH 689Research in Math Education3
Three elective courses (9 hours) selected to improve the candidate's ability to teach mathematics.9
Candidates must conduct an independent reflective self-study as a final project.
Total Credit Hours30