Mathematics for Elementary & Middle Grades (K-8)
Become a highly trained, knowledgeable teacher of mathematics at the elementary and middle grade levels (K-8) through our hybrid program. You'll gain the ability, insight and confidence to implement innovative mathematics programs.
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Hybrid Delivery | 30 Credits | 6 Semesters
- Program content and experiences are designed with a focus on classroom practice
- Build your professional network through our cohort delivery model
- Elevate your teaching and understanding of mathematics with courses exploring algebraic reasoning, probability, current research, non-Euclidean geometry, curriculum, assessment and more.
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As an Online & Distance Education student, you’ll have a dedicated Enrollment Contact and Program Coordinator to assist you with registering for classes, navigating the course sequence and billing process, preparing for graduation and much more.
Courses are offered entirely online over six semesters, using dynamic platforms including Zoom video conferencing and Blackboard. The summer semesters include two weeks of in-person instruction on the UNI campus. The program is delivered in a cohort model, allowing you to study with the same group of teachers throughout the program.
Our graduates are prepared to:
- Incorporate new programs, activities and approaches in the classroom
- Understand school mathematics goals and implement strategies as envisioned by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards
- Provide leadership to bring about positive change in their schools and districts.
Individualized Support Services
Throughout every step of your program, you'll have a dedicated team of support staff ready to assist you. You'll also have access to UNI services such as:
- Personalized academic advising
- Support from Financial Aid, Career Services and Rod Library staff
- Academic support and tutoring opportunities from the Learning Center
- Access to student accessibility services and staff
- Technical support assistance
To be admitted, students must:
- Be a current teacher
- Submit a resume and applicant statement describing your professional background, career goals, and motivations
- Along with the application, students should have their official transcripts sent directly to the Office of Admissions.
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required.
Panther Alumni Continuing Education Scholarship
- $2,000 scholarships are available to UNI alumni. For more information and to apply, visit online.uni.edu/pace-teacher
College of Humanities, Arts & Sciences Scholarships
- John C. & Marla Putzier Peterson Mathematics Education Scholarship
- Scholarships are available to new or current students in UNI's Graduate Programs in Mathematics Education.
- FINE Foundation Middle Grades Mathematics Scholarship
- $1,000 scholarships available for teachers with 2 or more years experience, currently teaching in the State of Iowa and enrolled in the Secondary Math Teaching Emphasis, M.A. program.
- Bonnie Litwiller Mathematics Teacher Endowed Scholarship
- $1,000 scholarships available to Secondary Teaching in Mathematics M.A. program, students who demonstrate financial need and have a graduate GPA of 3.25 or above.
- Michael Millar Scholarship
- $1,000 scholarships to students enrolled in the Secondary Teaching Emphasis, M.A. or Community College Emphasis M.A. program and who demonstrate academic merit and financial need.
For more information, visit: chas.uni.edu/math/students/scholarships
Complete our online information request form. We'll send program updates, important information, and application deadlines directly to your inbox!
Applications are now being accepted for the Summer 2023 cohort.
Our team of support staff is available to help you throughout your UNI journey.
If you have any questions, contact us at 319-273-7206 or email@example.com for assistance!
Delivery of this program is contingent on a sufficient number of students being accepted into the program.