Department of Teacher Education

Master of Education and Licensure in Adolescent to Young Adult Education, Integrated Mathematics

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Why Choose the Adolescent to Young Adult Education, Integrated Mathematics Progam?

The Adolescent to Young Adult Education program (grades 7-12) leads to licensure to teach a single subject (in this case comprehensive mathematics) and the option of completing a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree. The graduate program is designed for three semesters of full-time study and internship, requiring a Monday through Friday commitment. Applicants to the graduate program must have a bachelor's degree, meet content requirements, and pass content area licensure examinations.

A Bachelor degree in Mathematics, with specific content courses, are required for admission into the graduate level licensure program. Other prerequisites apply, please see a Teacher Licensure Advisor in the college's Office of Student Services for more information.

Graduates of Wright State's Science programs in the College of Science and Mathematics, may seek admission to the Master of Education (M. Ed.) degree in the College of Education and Human Services. This graduate program is required for teacher licensure.

Prerequisite undergraduate courses in Education and co-requisite school placements are required prior to admission to the graduate program. These courses may not be required in the undergraduate degree by the College of Science and Mathematics. If you did not take these as electives, you will need to complete them prior to entry into the graduate program.

See the College of Science and Mathematics website for details on the current undergraduate programs.

This program starts once a year in the the summer and is designed for three semesters of full-time study and internship. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree, meet content requirements, and pass licensure exams: Other admissions criteria apply, please visit with a Teacher Licensure Advisor to learn the details of the admissions process to the Graduate Level Initial Licensure program in Adolescent to Young Adult licensure.

Upon successful completion of the licensure portion of the program and passing licensure exams, candidates are eligible apply for an Ohio provisional Adolescent to Young Adult license in the concentration area that applies to the candidate's preparation.

Contact Information

Brian Boyd
349 Allyn Hall
(937) 775-3275
brian.boyd@wright.edu

Michelle Reed, Ph.D. (for B.S. in Mathematics information)
120 MM Building
(937) 775-2785
michelle.reed@wright.edu

Mathematics & Statistics Department
College of Science and Mathematics
120 Math & Micro Bio
(937) 775-2785

Related Link

Ohio Department of Education


Academics and Curriculum

M.Ed. Degree and Licensure Requirements (PDF)


Admission

Admission Requirements

  • Wright State University bachelor’s degree in Mathematics
    OR
  • Bachelor’s degree and C or better in undergraduate prerequisite education courses and field experiences
  • 2.7 cumulative minimum undergraduate GPA
  • C or better in prerequisite content courses
  • Passing scores on the Ohio Assessment for Educators exam for Integrated Mathematics

Admission Process

Graduates of Wright State's Mathematics bachelor’s degree program

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Submit:

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An interview with the faculty program coordinator may be required.

All Other Applicants

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Contact CEHS Office of Student Services for admission advising at (937) 775-3088 or 3086, or by email at cehs-ss@wright.edu.

Questions about the graduate school application?  Contact:

Graduate School
Location: 344 Student Union
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Phone: (937) 775-2976
Fax: (937) 775-2453
Toll-free Number: 1-800-452-4723
Email: wsugrad@wright.edu