Concentration in Mathematics
The links below will direct you to resources that will help you navigate the process of getting admitted into the graduate program, apply for scholarships for which you may be eligible, and provide other information about graduate study at Angelo Sate University.
- College of Graduate Studies: The College of Graduate Studies website has a great deal of information about the graduate programs at ASU. If you wish to apply for graduate study, you may do so on the graduate studies website.
- Scholarships: The website linked above also has links to scholarship information for which many of our graduate students are eligible. Please go to the financial resources page for further information.
- Mathematics Courses: The mathematics courses included in the concentration are not courses found in typical graduate programs. Please go to our course description page for descriptions of the mathematics courses in our program.
- Graduate Academic Advisor: The degree being offered is a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, which is offered through the College of Education. You may wish to contact Daniel Orozco Martinez, the College of Education’s graduate academic advisor, to obtain further information about this degree.
- Degree Plan: The degree requires 18 hours of graduate-level education classes and 18 hours of graduate-level mathematics classes. Please go to the degree plan for further information. The course descriptions for the education classes are available here.