Mailing address
MST program
Jenya Soprunova
Dept. of Math Sciences
Kent State University
Math & CS Building
Summit Street, Kent OH 44242
Contact
Jenya Soprunova
soprunova [at] math.kent.edu

The students are required to take at least 32 semester hours of graduate credit with at least 16 semester hours at the 60000 level and 22 semester hours in mathematics. The program features new graduatelevel courses with advanced content directed at secondary teachers, offered in the evenings and during the summer. If the student follows the recommended coursework path the degree would be completed in three years. The student's program is designed by an advisory committee, consisting of members of the Department of Mathematical Sciences and TLCS (Education). Through an initial interview, the advisory committee helps the student clarify his or her educational objectives and formulate a graduate program that reflects a balance among professional needs, academic training and related outside interests. Students in the mathematics for teachers program are required to pass a final qualifying examination in general mathematics.
Recommended Coursework (3 years):
 9 hours of Curriculum and Instruction courses at 60000 level: three 3hour courses. These courses are offered in the evenings with one class meeting a week.
 C&I 67225 Research in Mathematic Education (Fall, each year) Fall 12: Tuesdays, 4:25 pm07:05 pm
 C&I 67791 Seminar in Mathematics Education (Spring, even years only)
 C&I 67224 Teaching Mathematics Using Computers (Fall, each year) Fall 12: Monday, 4:25 pm07:05 pm
 15 hours MATH at 50000 level: The students are expected to pick five courses from the list below. First four courses are new graduatelevel courses specially designed for the program and taught in the evenings with one class meeting a week. They are offered in the Fall and Spring on 2year rotation basis. The remaining courses are regular departments' graduate courses appropriate for secondary teachers. At least two or three of them are usually offered during the summer. Other regular graduate courses may also work. Course descriptions for regular classes are available at http://www.kent.edu/math/graduate/graduatecourses.cfm.
 MATH 57091 Algebra for HighSchool Teachers
 MATH 57091 Geometry for HighSchool Teachers
 MATH 57091 Applied Math for HighSchool Teachers
 MATH 57091 Probability and Statistics for HighSchool Teachers, Fall 12: Mondays 4:25 pm  7:05 pm
 MATH 52041 Advanced Calculus
 MATH 51021 Theory of Matrices
 MATH 55022 Linear Geometry
 MATH 57091 Euclidean/ NonEuclidean Geometry
 MATH 52201 Intro to Scientific Computing I
 MATH 57011 Theory of Numbers
 MATH 52021 Graph Theory and Combinatorics
 MATH 50011 Introduction to Probability Theory and Applications, Fall 12: Mon and Wed 5:30 pm  6:45 pm
 MATH 52024 Numbers and Games, Fall 12: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30 pm  6:45 pm
 8 hours of MATH courses at 60000 level. Secondary Math from Advanced Perspective is a new seminarstyle sequence of two 3 hour courses. The sequence will prepare students for a Capstone Project.
 MATH 64091 Seminar in Mathematics Education: Secondary Math from Advanced Perspective I
 MATH 64091 Seminar in Mathematics Education: Secondary Math from Advanced Perspective II , Fall 12: Wednesdays 4:25  7:05 pm
 Capstone Project directed by Math faculty (2 hours)

