The Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (MST) focuses on issues of educational practice and related professions in mathematics, science, technology, and communication. Our programs are divided into Mathematics Education, Science Education, and Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design. While each program has a unique focus or perspective, our faculty share common scholarly perspectives, educational ideals, and a strong commitment to improving society through practice and the enhancement of human potential.
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Need help deciding on our degrees and programs? We offer graduate study for teachers and educators at all levels, as well as programs for leaders with interests across the fields of math, science, digital technology, communications, and new media.
Our program emphasizes mathematics content and the role of mathematical ways of thinking in the teaching and learning of mathematics. Graduates take positions in college teaching of mathematics in addition to secondary education.
We offer degrees for professional teachers and doctoral researchers.
We share a commitment as educators to use digital technologies to improve education at all levels.
As a graduate student in MST you'll be challenged, engaged, and inspired by our faculty. Each professor brings their unique expertise, passion, and care to your learning experience. You'll gain new knowledge and perspectives while honing your skills, and —through the opportunities explored on this journey together — be well prepared for careers that tackle the most important issues in education today.
MST has a number of research projects, programs, and activities that cross disciplinary boundaries and engage the arts, creativity, and play as well as STEM concepts. MST faculty and students are in demand to create professional development opportunities and develop curricular materials as specialists and researchers.