Credit courses can be applied toward a master's in curriculum and instruction.
- EDCI 729 – Middle-Level Mathematics for Teachers (3 credits; offered multiple semesters each year)
- EDCI 821 – Advanced Methods for Teaching Math K-12 (3 credits; offered in the spring on odd years)
- EDCI 823 – History of Mathematics Education (3 credits; offered in the fall on even years)
- EDCI 825 – Research in Mathematics Learning and Teaching (3 credits; offered in the summer on odd years)
- EDCI 826 – Contemporary Technologies in Mathematics Education (3 credits; offered in the fall on odd years)
- EDCI 827 – Theoretical Models of Mathematics Teaching and Learning (3 credits; offered in the spring on even years)
- EDCI 828 – Assessment in Mathematics Education (3 credits; offered in the summer on even years)
All areas of specialization areas within the curriculum and instruction master’s degree require three hours in each of the following core areas: curriculum, teaching and learning, diversity, educational technology, and research/scholarship. In addition, at least 15 hours in an area of specialization are required. All students are required to complete the Master’s Project (1 credit).