# Online Math Schools

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Five US institutions offer online math degrees. Students are offered certificates, associate's level degrees, degrees at the bachelor's level, degrees at the master's level, and doctorate level degrees by all institutions. In 2010, 12 students graduated with certificates in math, three students graduated from programs in math and at the associate's level, 473 students graduated from math programs at the bachelor's level, 237 students graduated from programs which cover math at the master's level, and 78 students graduated from math programs at the doctorate level.

## University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

- Master of Arts in Education/Teacher Education Middle Level Mathematics
- Master of Arts in Education/Teacher Education Secondary Level Mathematics

## Grand Canyon University

Grand Canyon University offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

- B.S. in Elementary Education: Math (Leads to initial teacher licensure)
- B.S. in Secondary Education: Math

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## B.S. in Elementary Education: Math (Leads to initial teacher licensure)

### 21st Century Skills: Communication and Information Literacy **UNV104→**

### 21st Century Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving **PHI105→**

### Advanced Methodologies of Structured English Immersion **ESL433N→**

### Applications of Algebra **MAT134→**

### Arizona and Federal Government **POS301→**

### Christian Worldview **CWV101→**

### Classroom Engagement and Management **EDU450→**

### College Algebra and Trigonometry **MAT250→**

### College Geometry **MAT260→**

### Cultural Diversity in the Classroom **EDU230→**

### Curriculum, Methods, and Assessment: Literacy and Language Arts 4-8 **EED475→**

### Curriculum, Methods, and Assessment: Literacy and Language Arts K-3 **EED470→**

### Curriculum, Methods, and Assessment: Science and Mathematics **EED364→**

### Curriculum, Methods, and Assessment: Social Studies **EED465→**

### Educating the Exceptional Learner **SPE226→**

### Educational Psychology **EDU213→**

### English Composition I **ENG105→**

### English Composition II **ENG106→**

### Environmental Science **BIO220→**

### Everyday Sociology **SOC100→**

### Foundations of Education **EDU210→**

### Instructional Technology **EDU225→**

### Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I **MAT150→**

### Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II **MAT151→**

### Probability and Statistics **MAT274→**

### Psychology in Everyday Life **PSY100→**

### SEI English Language Teaching: Foundations & Methodologies **ESL223N→**

### Student Teaching: Elementary Session A **EED480NA→**

### Student Teaching: Elementary Session B **EED480NB→**

### Themes in U. S. History **HIS221→**

### University Success **UNV103→**

### University Success **UNV303→**

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## B.S. in Secondary Education: Math

### 21st Century Skills: Communication and Information Literacy **UNV104→**

### 21st Century Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving **PHI105→**

### Adolescent Literacy **SED435→**

### Advanced Methodologies of Structured English Immersion **ESL433N→**

### Applications of Algebra **MAT134→**

### Arizona and Federal Government **POS301→**

### Calculus and Analytic Geometry I **MAT352→**

### Calculus and Analytic Geometry II **MAT353→**

### Christian Worldview **CWV101→**

### Classroom Engagement and Management **EDU450→**

### College Algebra and Trigonometry **MAT250→**

### College Geometry **MAT260→**

### Cultural Diversity in the Classroom **EDU230→**

### Educating the Exceptional Learner **SPE226→**

### Educational Psychology **EDU213→**

### English Composition I **ENG105→**

### English Composition II **ENG106→**

### Environmental Science **BIO220→**

### Everyday Sociology **SOC100→**

### Foundations of Education **EDU210→**

### Instructional Technology **EDU225→**

### Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools **SED482→**

### Probability and Statistics **MAT274→**

### Psychology in Everyday Life **PSY100→**

### Secondary Curriculum Development & Assessment **SED455→**

### Secondary Methods & Data Driven Pedagogy **SED444→**

### SEI English Language Teaching: Foundations & Methodologies **ESL223N→**

### Student Teaching: Secondary Education: Session A **SED480NA→**

### Student Teaching: Secondary Education: Session B **SED480NB→**

### Themes in U. S. History **HIS221→**

### University Success **UNV103→**

### University Success **UNV303→**

## Concordia University

Concordia University offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

Request More Info## Walden University

Walden University offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

- Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Elementary Reading and Mathematics (Grades K-6)
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Mathematics (Grades 6-8)
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Mathematics (Grades K-5)

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## Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Elementary Reading and Mathematics (Grades K-6)

### Action Research for Educators **EDUC6733→**

### Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment **EDUC6640→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Algebra **MATH6683→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Geometry and Measurement **MATH6682→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Number and Operations **MATH6681→**

### Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic and Cultural Diversity **EDUC6650→**

### Literacy Development in an Academically Diverse Classroom **EDUC6709→**

### Teacher as Professional **EDUC6610→**

### The Beginning Reader, PreK–3 **EDUC6706→**

### The Developing Reader, Grades 4–6 **EDUC6707→**

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## Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Mathematics (Grades 6-8)

### Action Research for Educators **EDUC6733→**

### Algebra, Grades 6–8 **MATH6573→**

### Creating an Effective Classroom Learning Environment **EDUC6657→**

### Data Analysis and Probability, Grades 6–8 **MATH6574→**

### Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment **EDUC6640→**

### Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Students With Special Needs **EDUC6674→**

### Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic and Cultural Diversity **EDUC6650→**

### Geometry and Measurement, Grades 6–8 **MATH6572→**

### Number and Operations, Grades 6–8 **MATH6571→**

### Teacher as Professional **EDUC6610→**

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## Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Mathematics (Grades K-5)

### Action Research for Educators **EDUC6733→**

### Creating an Effective Classroom Learning Environment **EDUC6657→**

### Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment **EDUC6640→**

### Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Students With Special Needs **EDUC6674→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Algebra **MATH6683→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Data Analysis and Probability **MATH6684→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Geometry and Measurement **MATH6682→**

### Elementary Mathematics: Number and Operations **MATH6681→**

### Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic and Cultural Diversity **EDUC6650→**

## Liberty University Online

Liberty University Online offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

- Master of Education - Program Specialist - Math

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## Master of Education - Program Specialist - Math

### Advanced Educational Psychology **EDUC500→**

### Current Issues in School Programs **EDUC652→**

### Curriculum Development **EDUC672→**

### Educational Assessment and Intervention **EDUC622→**

### Foundations for Educational Leaders **EDUC645→**

### Foundations of Exceptionality **EDUC521→**

### Internship **EDUC699-A03→**

### Supervision of Instruction **EDUC641→**

### Teaching Mathematics **EDUC530→**

### The Specialist and the School Program **EDUC650→**

### Understanding Educational Research and Assessment **EDUC518→**

## Western Governors University

Western Governors University offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

- B.A. in Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)
- Post-bacc Teacher Prep Program - Math (5-9 or 5-12)
- M.A. in Mathematics Education (5-9, or 5-12)
- M.A. in Teaching - Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)

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## B.A. in Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)

### Abstract Algebra **QDT1→**

### Calculus I **QJT1→**

### Calculus II **QKT1→**

### Calculus III and Analysis **QMT1→**

### Classroom Management **FCT4→**

### Cohort Seminar in Mathematics **EYT1→**

### College Geometry **QPT1→**

### Communications Foundations **BBC1→**

### Diversity and Inclusion **FDT4→**

### Foundations of College Mathematics **AGC1→**

### Foundations of Teaching Practice Integration **FTC4→**

### General Education Social Sciences **SSC1→**

### General Education Social Sciences: Analysis and Applications **SST1→**

### Human Development and Learning **FHT4→**

### Instructional Planning and Strategies **EIT4→**

### Instructional Planning, Strategies & Presentation Integration **EIO4→**

### Instructional Presentation and Follow-Up **ETT4→**

### Integrated Natural Sciences **INC1→**

### Integrated Natural Sciences Applications **INT1→**

### Language and Communication: Essay **LAE1→**

### Language and Communication: Presentation **LUT1→**

### Language and Communication: Research **QBT1→**

### Linear Algebra **RKT1→**

### Literature, Arts and the Humanities **IWC1→**

### Literature, Arts and the Humanities: Analysis and Interpretation **IWT1→**

### Mathematical Modeling and Connections **RMT1→**

### Mathematics: Content Knowledge **CXV1→**

### Pre-Calculus **ROT1→**

### Probability and Statistics I **RQT1→**

### Probability and Statistics II **RRT1→**

### Professional Portfolio in Mathematics **EZT1→**

### Schools and Society **FST4→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics History & Contributions **DMT1→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Pedagogy **AYC1→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Teaching Topics **DOT1→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Technology **DGT1→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Obs 1 & 2 **EYA1→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Obs 3 & Midterm **EYA3→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Obs 4 & 5 **EYA5→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Obs 6 & Final **EYA7→**

### Testing **FTT4→**

### United States Constitution **BZC1→**

## WGU Indiana

WGU Indiana offers the following online math degrees and specializations:

- B.A. in Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)
- Post-bacc Teacher Prep Program - Math (5-9 or 5-12)
- M.A. in Mathematics Education (K-6, 5-9, or 5-12)
- M.A. in Teaching - Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)

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## B.A. in Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12)

### Abstract Algebra **QDT1→**

### Calculus I **QJT1→**

### Calculus II **QKT1→**

### Calculus III and Analysis **QMT1→**

### Classroom Management **FCT4→**

### Cohort Seminar in Mathematics **EYT1→**

### College Geometry **QPT1→**

### Communications Foundations **BBC1→**

### Diversity and Inclusion **FDT4→**

### Foundations of College Mathematics **AGC1→**

### Foundations of Teaching Practice Integration **FTC4→**

### General Education Social Science **SSC1→**

### General Education Social Science: Analysis and Applications **SST1→**

### Human Development and Learning **FHT4→**

### Instructional Planning and Strategies **EIT4→**

### Instructional Planning, Strategies & Presentation Integration **EIO4→**

### Integrated Natural Sciences **INC1→**

### Integrated Natural Sciences Applications **INT1→**

### Language and Communication: Essay **LAE1→**

### Language and Communication: Presentation **LUT1→**

### Language and Communication: Research **QBT1→**

### Linear Algebra **RKT1→**

### Literature, Arts and the Humanities **IWC1→**

### Literature, Arts and the Humanities: Analysis and Interpretation **IWT1→**

### Mathematical Modeling and Connections **RMT1→**

### Mathematics: Content Knowledge **CXV1→**

### Pre-Calculus **ROT1→**

### Probability and Statistics I **RQT1→**

### Probability and Statistics II **RRT1→**

### Professional Portfolio in Mathematics **EZT1→**

### Schools and Society **FST4→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics History and Contributions **DMT1→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Pedagogy **AYC1→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Teaching Topics **DOT1→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Technology **DGT1→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Observation 3 and Midterm **EYA3→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Observation 6 and Final **EYA7→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Observations 1 and 2 **EYA1→**

### Supervised Teaching Practicum Mathematics, Observations 4 and 5 **EYA5→**

### Testing **FTT4→**

### United States Constitution **BZC1→**

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## M.A. in Mathematics Education (K-6, 5-9, or 5-12)

### Abstract Algebra **QDT2→**

### Calculus I **QJT2→**

### Calculus II **QKT2→**

### Calculus III and Analysis **QMT2→**

### College Geometry **QPT2→**

### Linear Algebra **RKT2→**

### MA, Mathematics Education (5-12) Teacher Work Sample Oral Defense **IUT2→**

### MA, Mathematics Education (5-12) Teacher Work Sample Written Project **ITT2→**

### Mathematical Modeling and Connections **RMT2→**

### Pre-Calculus **ROT2→**

### Probability and Statistics I **RQT2→**

### Probability and Statistics II **RRT2→**

### Specific Teaching Practices: Mathematics Teaching Topics **DNT2→**

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