Master in Education Programs

M.Ed. in Instructional Mathematics K-8

Director's Welcome & M.Ed. Overview

Drury University offers the Master of Arts in Teaching and ten different Master in Education degrees: elementary, middle school, and secondary curriculum and instruction, gifted education, human services, online teaching, instructional leadership, instructional mathematics K-8, instructional technology and instructional technology/media, exceptional children and youth, Drury Alternative Track in Special Education or DATSE) and special reading.

Available completely online. This program is designed for those persons who already have a teaching certificate.

Required Core Courses (18 hours):

SCI 620*: Technology in the Classroom
EDUC 605: Advanced Educational Psychology and Assessment
SS 639: Leadership Techniques
HFA 636: Teaching and Evaluation of Writing
EDUC 689**: Introduction to Educational Research
EDUC 700**: Capstone Seminar

*(must be taken within the first two semesters)
**(must be taken in last 9 hours of program)

Courses Required in Emphasis (18 hours):

SCI 639: Data Analysis
SCI 640: Integers, Brain Research and Differentiated Instruction
SCI 641: From Patterns to Functions
SCI 642: Introduction to Continuous Functions
SCI 643: Rational Number Concepts
SCI 644: Geometry and Measurement Concepts