### Current MSCS Graduate Courses ( Fall 2018, Spring 2019 )

### Fall 2018

#### MTHT 590

Functions throughout the High School Curriculum (Wertz)- PREREQUISITES:
- Enrollment in B.S. or M.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics program in Secondary Mathematics Education, a 2.50 grade point average in mathematics courses at the level of calculus or above, admitted to candidacy in the Teaching of Mathematics program in Secondary Mathematics Education and/or permission of the Office of Mathematics Education.
- DESCRIPTION:
- Students will revisit, revise, and extend their content knowledge of functions and develop mathematical knowledge needed for teaching functions. The function concept, a unifying idea in high school mathematics, will be explored through the use of technology, high school curricula, mathematics research and teaching articles, and by making connections to studentsï¿½ collegiate mathematical studies. The course will focus on topics of covariation and rate of change, families of functions, combining and transforming functions, and multiple representations of functions.

### Spring 2019

Courses for this term have not been posted yet.