1 ONLINE PROGRAMS K-8 or Secondary Mathematics Masters of Art in Education For Certified Teachers Starting Fall 2015 MAE degrees will be completed in four years, with one course each Fall, Spring, and Summer. UMBC will offer discounted tuition of $325 per credit to MD certified teachers. Fully online program offering Application information attached For more information: Jerri Frick Rita Williams UMBC Department of Education UMBC Division of Professional Studies MAE Program Director MAE Program Coordinator
2 The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Master of Arts in Education (MAE) Fall 2015 to Summer 2019 Online Program Concentration in K- 8 or Secondary Mathematics Program Overview: UMBC intends to offer the MAE program for teachers who want to increase their understanding and implementation of mathematics content knowledge, strengthen pedagogy and enhance teacher leadership through graduate level courses. Applicants who are admitted to this program will be admitted and registered as bona fide graduate students of UMBC. Participants completing the program with 36 approved graduate credits will be awarded the Master of Arts in Education (MAE) with a concentration in either K- 8 mathematics instructional leadership or secondary mathematics. The regional group will begin in Fall UMBC will offer program participants three, 3- credit courses or nine (9) credits per academic year during the spring, summer and fall semesters. Participants are expected to complete the program in four (4) years by Summer All courses will be delivered through an online format. How to Apply for the MAE Online Program: Prospective participants will begin by mailing the documents outlined in STEP 1 by Monday, June 1, 2015 to Jerri Frick, UMBC Dept. of Education, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD or by to Through review of STEP 1 documents, UMBC will determine whether your background and qualifications meet the program acceptance requirements and if the program has substantial numbers to begin. If so, you will be notified by to complete STEP 2 of the online graduate application process. Tuition: Each participant will be responsible to pay tuition each semester for all nine (9) credits taken in the academic year, and will be billed directly by UMBC at $ per credit. Participants will automatically be billed the tuition upon registering for the course. Participants can access accounts and pay electronically through myumbc, Billing & Financials. University deadlines and late fees will apply. Fees: A Graduate Application fee of $50 will be required when applying online to the Graduate School. Participants will be billed a one- time matriculation fee of $200. A one- time Education Department Accountability System (Tk20) fee of $100 must be paid directly to Tk20. A technology fee, currently $13 per credit, will be charged each semester. Other University fees could be assessed if warranted e.g. late payment, late registration, library, or parking violations. During the final semester if choosing to walk in commencement, participants will have to pay for regalia rental. These rates are subject to change based on university policies. All other standard fees associated with graduate courses will be waived. All fees are non- refundable. Textbooks: Teachers participating in the program will be responsible for purchasing their textbooks. We recommend using an online service such as Amazon.com. The course instructor will provide detailed information regarding textbook requirements each semester. Registering for Courses: Registration is completed online through myumbc. Prior to each semester, participants will be contacted by of the non- published class number which will be required to register. Participants are required to register before the start of each class. University deadlines and late registration fees will apply.
3 Dropping a course, Withdrawing or Leave of Absence: UMBC Department of Education is committed to each participant s success as a graduate student. Your participation in the online program is a personal, as well as, a group commitment. If a participant feels that they must interrupt their studies for any reason, please inform the Academic Program Director of your decision. University policies regarding drop and withdrawal can be found at: Other UMBC Courses or Programs: The requirements and costs outlined above pertain specifically to courses offered through this online program. Participants who wish to pursue coursework or degrees outside of this program will be subject to standard university tuition costs, fees, and procedures for registration and admission. Final Grades: Participants can access unofficial and purchase official transcripts on- line through myumbc. Participants are responsible for obtaining official transcripts and requesting any possible reimbursement from their school system. STEP 1: Submit the following documents to apply to the MAE Online Program: q 1. Teacher Profile Form keep a copy for your records and refer to when filling out your application. q 2. Transcripts only official copies (sealed) of all of your transcript(s) showing GPA obtained and certifying completion of the bachelor s degree will be accepted. If you have earned a graduate degree or completed any graduate coursework please include transcripts for this as well. If your college/university sends an electronic transcript, it must be sent directly to UMBC s Graduate School. q 3. Goal Statement - two- paged, double- spaced essay addressing the following questions: (1) What are your professional goals for participating in the UMBC MAE Online Program? (2) What do you see as the main benefits of this program, long and short term, for both you and your students? q 4. Three Letters of Recommendation these should be business or professional only and each should be in a sealed envelope and enclosed in your application packet. These may also be ed directly to q 5. Certified Teacher in Maryland validation - either a copy of your teaching certificate or letter from your principal confirming certification status. q 6. Registration & Tuition Agreement! Use a paperclip; do not staple the application materials.! All official transcripts and recommendations must be sealed.! If necessary, application materials can be mailed or ed directly to Jerri Frick (contact information below). STEP 2: Submit online Graduate Application upon notification that you eligible to participate in the program within 5 business days. STEP 2 instructions will be ed to you.
4 q 1. UMBC Graduate Application online you must apply online to be admitted to UMBC Graduate School. Instructions enclosed. q 2. $50.00 Graduate Application Fee QUESTIONS? For information regarding eligibility for the UMBC MAE Online Program, please contact: Jerri Frick MAE Program Director UMBC Department of Education 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD Rita Williams MAE Academic Program Specialist
5 Teacher Profile Form UMBC Master of Arts in Education (MAE) K- 8 or Secondary Mathematics Online Program Please Print and Check Interest Level: K-8 or Secondary 1. Name: 2. Address: 3. Phone number(s): Cell: Work: 4. (s): Primary: Secondary: 5. Current teaching assignment: Name of School System: Name of School: Grade(s): Subject(s): Number of years of teaching experience: Area(s) of certification: 6. Education/Undergraduate Degree: Maiden or alternate name on transcript: School Name: Year(s) to Degree Earned: GPA: 7. Education/Other Schools (e.g. Graduate; Community Colleges) Name: Year(s): to Degree: GPA: Name: Year(s): to Degree: GPA: Name: Year(s): to Degree: GPA: Name: Year(s): to Degree: GPA: 8. Emergency Contact Name & Number:
6 By signing this form, I understand: University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Master of Arts in Education (MAE) Registration & Tuition Agreement Online Mathematics Program (1) I am responsible to pay $ per credit. Billing will occur at the time of registration. Payment will be made electronically through myumbc and university deadlines apply. (2) I am responsible for the following fees $13 per credit (Technology), one time $50 (Application), one time $200 (Matriculation), one-time $100 (Tk20), and the optional graduation regalia. These fees are subject to change. (3) As a UMBC Graduate Student, I must maintain a 3.0 GPA or I may be subject to dismissal. (4) If I receive an incomplete (I) in a course, I will work with the instructor and MAE Academic Program Director to complete the coursework in a timely manner. (5) If I receive a D or F (failing grade) for a course, I must retake the course in accordance with the UMBC Graduate School policies. No student may graduate with an unresolved D, F or I in a required MAE course. (6) If I need to interrupt my studies for any reason, I will inform the Academic Program Director. (7) I am responsible to drop a course online through myumbc and will be subject to the University guidelines for refunds. Print Name: Signature Required: Date: Thank you! This form will remain on file in the UMBC MAE Program Office, ACIV-A, Room 209, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250
7 UMBC Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in K-8 Mathematics Instructional Leadership Program includes 36 total credit hours Non-thesis option Year 1 Semester Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Summer 2016 Course Number MAED 527 EDUC 771 MAED 531 Culturally Responsive Instruction in Mathematics Research Designs in Education Number, Number Systems and Operations Year 2 Semester Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Summer 2017 Course Number MAED 503 EDUC 795 MAED 502 Algebraic Reasoning Seminar in the Study of Teaching Geometry and Spatial Reasoning Year 3 Semester Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018 Course Number MAED 504 EDUC 781 EDUC 772 Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability Teacher Leadership Assessment & Evaluation Year 4 Semester Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Course Number MAED 505 EDUC 785 MAED 535 Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry Advanced Instructional Leadership Internship Explorations in Calculus and Discrete Mathematics
8 UMBC Master of Arts in Education with Concentration in Secondary Mathematics Education Program includes 36 total credit hours Non-thesis option 4 year option Year 1 Semester Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Summer 2016 Course Number MAED 551 EDUC 771 MAED 527 Inquiry I: Patterns, Functions and Algebra Research Designs in Education Culturally Responsive Instruction in Mathematics Year 2 Semester Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Summer 2017 Course Number MAED 552 EDUC 795 EDUC 772 Inquiry II: Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability Seminar in the Study of Teaching Assessment & Evaluation Year 3 Semester Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018 Course Number MAED 553 EDUC 781 MAED 505 Inquiry III: Geometry, Spatial Reasoning and Proof Teacher Leadership Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry Year 4 Semester Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Course Number MAED 506 EDUC 785 MAED 556 Concepts and Applications of Calculus Advanced Instructional Leadership Internship Discrete Mathematics and Problem Solving
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