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Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics
This coed, hybrid program is designed for K-8 educators who wish to deepen their mathematical content and pedagogical knowledge, build leadership skills, and earn a master's degree. Course assignments have immediate application in school settings and support the work of teachers, coaches, and instructional specialists.
The Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics program is not intended to lead to teacher licensure.
Learn about our competitive scholarships, grants, and other funding options available to students in the program.
Learn how our graduates are using the knowledge and skills gained from their time in our program to make a difference in their classrooms, schools, districts and beyond.
Our robust program is designed around working educators’ schedules to allow them to balance career, academic and life responsibilities while pursuing their graduate degree.
Find answers to some of the most common questions regarding the Professional and Graduate Education programs at Mount Holyoke.
The MATM community is comprised of a diverse group of educators from around the world who are committed to the learning and teaching of mathematics.
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