UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Students are required to take 24 credits (six courses) in core mathematics (content coursework), a course on integrating emerging technology in the middle and high school classroom, and write an independent curriculum research paper (thesis). The research paper is supported by a required course in research technology.
Area of Specialization - Mathematics, 24 graduate credits
The Mathematics courses are offered in two, consecutive four-week sessions during the summer. Classes are repeated every three years.
MATH 711 Geometry for Educators, 4 credits
MATH 726 Statistics for Educators, 4 credits
MATH 736 Discrete Math for Educators, 4 credits
MATH 751 Modern Algebra for Educators, 4 credits
MATH 756 Probability for Educators, 4 credits
MATH 766 Calculus for Educators, 4 credits
Emerging Technology Course
MATH 705 Integrating Emerging Technologies in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, 3 credits
Independent Curriculum Research
TED 760 Methods in Research, 3 credits
In addition to the graduate student Admission Requirements, applicants will also have: