The Master of Education (MEd) Professional Studies in Mathematics Education is a graduate-level program designed for experienced mathematics teachers who want to acquire advanced knowledge and leadership skills in the field of mathematics education.
The MEd, Professional studies degree does not lead to teaching licensure and is designed for teachers that already hold a teaching license. If you wish to earn your teaching license, please apply to our MEd and Teaching License in Mathematics Education program.
Applications are accepted for three different start times throughout the year:
Priority admission deadlines:
For detailed admissions and funding information, visit the MEd Professional Studies admissions page.
With guidance from faculty advisors, candidates complete courses in three areas: a core academic program in education, courses specific to the area of mathematics education, and elective courses. Coursework is planned around your individual interests.
Topics covered include:
To see detailed course information visit the MEd Professional Studies page in the graduate catalog and scroll down under the Mathematics Education sub-plan.
I’ve really enjoyed getting to hear perspectives of math teachers from around the state and in all grade levels. The conversation and collaboration has been one of the best parts about coming to the University of Minnesota.
Sabrina Arredondo, MEd 2019