Advising Information for Current M.Ed. in Mathematics Students
Schedule of Future Course Offerings
Please note: this schedule is subject to change.
Academic Year 20212022 

Fall 2021 
Math 512 

Spring 2022 
Math 510 

Summer 2022 
Math 520 
Math 615 
Academic Year 20222023 

Fall 2022 
Math 514 
Math 617 
Spring 2023 
Math 512 
Math 618 
Summer 2023 
Math 510 
Math 520 
Academic Year 20232024 

Fall 2023 
Math 514 
Math 617 
Spring 2024 
Math 615 
Math 618 
Summer 2024 
Math 510 
Math 512 
Academic Year 20242025 

Fall 2024 
Math 520 
Math 615 
Spring 2025 
Math 514 
Math 617 
Summer 2025 
Math 512 
Math 618 
Academic Year 20252026 

Fall 2025 
Math 510 
Math 520 
Spring 2026 
Math 514 
Math 617 
Summer 2026 
Math 615 
Math 618 
Academic Year 20262027 

Fall 2026 
Math 510 
Math 512 
Spring 2027 
Math 520 
Math 615 
Summer 2027 
Math 514 
Math 617 
Suggested Order of Classes
It is suggested that you take the mathematics courses in the order listed below, based on the term that you start the program. This will ensure that you complete the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Fall 2021:
If you take Math 512, 510, 615, 617, 618, 520, 514, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Spring 2022:
If you take Math 510, 615, 514, 512, 520, 617, 618, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Summer 2022:
If you take Math 615, 617, 618, 520, 514, 615, 512, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Fall 2022:
If you take Math 514, 512, 520, 617, 618, 510, 615, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Spring 2023:
If you take Math 512, 520, 617, 618, 510, 615, 514, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Summer 2023:
If you take Math 520, 617, 618, 510, 615, 514, 512, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Fall 2023:
If you take Math 617, 618, 510, 615, 514, 512, 520, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Spring 2024:
If you take Math 615, 512, 520, 617, 618, 510, 514, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Summer 2024:
If you take Math 512, 520, 617, 618, 510, 514, 615, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Fall 2024:
If you take Math 520, 617, 618, 510, 514, 615, 512, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Spring 2025:
If you take Math 514, 512, 520, 617, 618, 512, 615, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
For those who start the program in Summer 2025:
If you take Math 512, 520, 617, 618, 510, 615, 514, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms.
Other Advising Instructions
If you take the mathematics courses in the order prescribed for your start term, you will finish the mathematics courses in seven terms. It is recommended that you take the four education courses whenever you feel you have the most capacity to handle more than one course at a time (for most this will be in the summer). However, only you know your personal and professional schedule best.
If you take one mathematics course and one education course per term, you will finish the program in seven terms (just over 2 years). If you miss a mathematics course for whatever reason, the schedule of course offerings is set up in such a way that the maximum wait time until that course is offered again is just four terms.
Of course, you also have the option of only taking one course per term; this means you will finish the program in eleven terms (just shy of four years). Again, based on your own personal and professional schedule, you’ll know what’s right for you.
While there are always two different mathematics courses offered each term, it a program policy that students may only take one mathematics course per term. However, under very special circumstances, this policy may be waived. Please contact the program director with questions.
Education Courses
EDUC 631 is a onecredit seminar course that is typically taken during your last (or second to last) term. This is a capstone course based on a guided reflection. For the guided reflection, you will work with a faculty member oneonone to look for themes across the program, look back on specific courses in selfreflection, and look ahead to describe practical applications of what you have learned in the program.
All other education courses, EDUC 625, EDUC 630, EDUC 641, and EDUC 642, can be taken in whatever order you would like. Typically, all four courses are offered each term, but there may be exceptions to this. Information about which courses are offered each term is available on the Professional and Continuing Education website within 68 weeks of the start of the new term.