Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Mathematics Education Concentration will prepare you to step into a classroom ready to inspire.
Our students learn in small classes taught by experienced faculty and participate in real teaching experiences throughout the program.
Programs in Mathematics Education
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics works closely with the School of Education to offer many options for future mathematics teachers – whether you are seeking to complete a bachelor’s degree or returning to school to meet the requirements to become a teacher. We even work closely with the Elementary Education Degree program for those who want to complete a concentration in mathematics!
- Undergraduate Degree-Seeking Options
- Post-Baccalaureate Options
Seeking a bachelor's degree?
If you are seeking a bachelor’s degree and your goal is to become a high school (grades 7-12) or middle school (grades 6-8) teacher, you should declare your major in Mathematics with the Mathematics Education Concentration with Licensure. This program does not require a minor.
Upon completion of this major, you will receive a bachelors of science degree as well as qualification to apply for a teaching license in Secondary Mathematics (7-12) or Middle School Mathematics (6-8) in Colorado.
We also offer a a Mathematics Major with the Mathematics Education Concentration without licensure which requires a minor. This major does not lead to a teacher license but might be an option for students looking to learn more about the field and earn a bachelors of science degree without completing an entire licensure program.
Mathematics Major, Mathematics Education Concentration
with and without licensure options in Secondary or Middle Math.
Elementary Education Mathematics Concentration
Elementary Education majors choose the math concentration because they like how we teach mathematics, want to be leaders in their elementary school, and they enjoy doing mathematics
Post-Bac Licensure in Mathematics
Already have a degree? We can help you get the courses you need for Colorado licensure.
Scholarships and other opportunities
Learning Assistant Program
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Main Office: Science Building, Suite 1022 (SI 1022)