Mathematics BS (through 2020 catalog) / Teaching Secondary Math MAT

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.

Sample Academic Plan

Suggested Timeline 

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

Apply Here 

    • 3.00 GPA in KSU undergraduate coursework
    • 60 hours completed toward Bachelors degree
    • 30 hours completed in residence at KSU
    • Recommendation from 2 KSU faculty
    • EDUC 6240 to count for Guided Elective
    • MAED 7495 to count for Guided Elective
    • MAED 7595 to count for Guided Elective
  • For current admission requirements please click here.   

    • Undergraduate Degree
      • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
    • Department / College
      • Mathematics / College of Science and Mathematics
    • Advising Contact
      • David Marsh, Academic Advisor
      • 470-578-6167
      • Science Building, Room 205B
    • Graduate Degree
      • Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Mathematics Concentration
    • Department / College
      • Secondary and Middle Grades Education / Bagwell College of Education
    • Advising Contact
      • Brian Lawler, Program Director
      • 470-578-4235
      • Educaiton Building, Room 349
  • Complete the online application here to apply.

    The undergraduate and graduate programs will review your academic record.

    You will receive an email to your KSU student email account with the decision.