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Oklahoma State University

Graduate Programs

Master’s Programs

Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

MAT: option Secondary Mathematics

The Master of Arts in Teaching degree program leased to certification as secondary school mathematics teacher (grades 6-12) and is intended for individuals holding a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or a related field with a strong mathematics background. Contact Dr. Juliana Utley (juliana.utley@okstate.edu) for more information.

MAT: option Secondary Science

Graduates of this program earn initial teacher certification in a secondary science field (biology, chemistry, earth/space science, physical science, or physics, grades 6-12).  Contact Dr. Julie Angle (julie.angle@okstate.edu)

MAT: option Elementary Education

Graduates of this program earn initial teacher certification in elementary education (grades 1-8). This generalist degree prepares students to teach all subjects across grades 1-8. Contact Dr. Adrienne Sanogo (adrienne.redmond@okstate.edu) for more information.

Master of Science (M.S.)

M.S. Teaching, Learning, and Leadership: option Mathematics/Science

Students in this program will advance their classroom teaching skills in mathematics and/or science. Contact Dr. Toni Ivey (toni.ivey@okstate.edu; science) or Dr. Juliana Utley (juliana.utley@okstate.edu; mathematics)

Graduate Handbook for M.S.: Teaching, Learning, and Leadership

Doctoral Programs

Ph.D. in Education

Ph.D. in Education: option Mathematics Education

The Ph.D. in Education with an option in Mathematics Education at Oklahoma State University prepares students to conduct research on teaching and learning mathematics at the P-12 level.  Research may focus on a variety of aspects of teaching and learning mathematics including the affective domain and employ a wide variety of quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods.   Graduates are prepared to teach a broad range of mathematics education courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and are qualified for faculty positions in community colleges or secondary teacher education programs as well as other mathematics education leadership positions.

Ph.D. in Education: option Science Education

The Ph.D. in Education with an option in Science Education at Oklahoma State University prepares students to conduct research on teaching and learning science at the P-12 level, and beyond. Research may focus on a variety of aspects of teaching and learning science and employ a wide variety of quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods.  Graduates are prepared to teach a broad range of science education courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and are qualified for faculty positions in community colleges or secondary teacher education programs as well as other science education leadership positions.