Career and Academic Opportunities

Individuals who complete the BS Mathematics and MAT Secondary Mathematics will be regarded as highly qualified to teach grades 6–12 mathematics. Having completed the MAT, these individuals are qualified to pursue an advanced degree in education, such as an Education Specialist (EdS), Doctor of Education (EdD), or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), each in a variety of related disciplines. Some MAT graduates may pursue a Masters degree (MA) in Mathematics or similar field, such as statistics or computer science.

Salary and Career Information

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Admission Requirements

Double Owl Admission Requirements 
  • 3.00 GPA in KSU undergraduate coursework
  • 60 hours completed toward Bachelor's degree
  • 30 hours completed in residence at KSU
  • Recommendation from 2 KSU faculty
Double Counted Courses Include
  • EDUC 6240 to count for Related Studies (1 of 3)
  • MAED 7495 to count for Related Studies (2 of 3)
  • MAED 7595 to count for Related Studies (3 of 3)
Graduate Admission Requirements

Suggested Timeline

Apply to Double Owl early in Junior year. Apply to Graduate Program in Senior Year by posted graduate program deadline.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Department / College
Mathematics / College of Science and Mathematics
Science Building, Room 205B

Advising Contact
David Marsh, Academic Advisor

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Mathematics Concentration

Department / College
Secondary and Middle Grades Education / Bagwell College of Education
Education Building, Room 349

Advising Contact
Brian Lawler, Program Director