Institute of Math and Science
|The Master of Arts in Mathematical Foundations and Master of Arts in Science programs are offered through University College's Institute of Math and Science with an administrative office located in the Peter Sammartino School of Education on the Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, N.J.|
|M.A. in Mathematical Foundations|
The Master of Arts in Mathematical Foundations is designed to prepare "Highly-Qualified" Elementary, Middle School and Special Education Mathematics Teachers. It is not an appropriate degree for teachers who hold an undergraduate degree in mathematics. This program offers an all-online option, as well as traditional face-to-face and blended options. To learn more about the program and curriculum, visit fdu.edu/mathfound.
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|M.A. in Science|
|The Master of Arts in Science is designed to prepare "Highly-Qualified" Elementary, Middle School and Special Education Science Teachers. Teachers interested in updating and advancing their content knowledge or who must complete graduate courses and/or an advanced degree will find this degree ideal for their needs. Candidates can hold a baccalaureate degree in any area of study. Secondary school science teachers with an undergraduate degree in science wishing to broaden their professional skills and career options may also find the degree attractive. Required courses are offered in 11-week terms.|