Master of Arts in Teaching

Application Process

  1. Complete the Online Application as a Degree Seeking student or contact the Graduate School at 813-974-8800. Be sure to submit all information (e.g., letters of recommendation, test scores, etc.) requested.

  2. Submit your official transcripts sent to the Graduate School Admissions Office.

    USF Admissions
    4202 E. Fowler Ave, SVC 1036
    Tampa, FL 33620
    Office: 813-974-3350
    Fax: 813-974-9689

    You can contact the Graduate Admission office for information about the status of your application.

  3. Once the admissions packet is complete, the Graduate School will send it to the College of Education and the Mathematics Education Program for consideration.

  4. The program faculty will either recommend your admission, contact you for additional information if required, defer admission until you meet the necessary criteria, or deny admission.

  5. The College of Education then submits their recommendation to the USF Graduate School who will officially inform you of the admission decision.

  6. If admitted, you are then eligible to register for courses for the upcoming term.

  7. Download the recommended course sequence form for your degree and register for courses based on the recommended course sequence.

  8. Once fully admitted, complete a copy of your degree's Program Plan and make an appointment during your first semester with your advisor to review and approve your program. The Program Plan is for your benefit. Once it is approved, your individual program will only be changed for your benefit. You are then expected to manage your program plan to completion. Selection of electives, changes in the planned sequence of courses, and the number of courses taken in a semester do not require a modification to the approved Program Plan or consultation with your advisor.

  9. Register for available courses required in your program on the Internet using OASIS. Courses may be taken at any campus. Each department recommends a sequence but you may vary from that recommendation unless there is a prerequisite.