Department of Science/Mathematics Education

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Graduate Programs

Your Advisor

We, as well as other faculty members, are always ready to discuss your goals and guide your studies.

We all know that plans and course offerings can change, therefore we strive to provide flexible degree plans that emphasize your areas of interest as well as fill the gaps in your knowledge. We are all here to help you succeed!

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Barbara Curry

Barbara A. Curry

Advisor for
Science Education / Mathematics Education

Barbara Curry
Senior Lecturer II
FN 3.218B
972-883-4008

Step-by-step procedure:

  • Read University requirements for graduate admission
  • EmailMs. Curry for more information if needed.
  • Fill out the online graduate application
    Note: You do not need to take the GRE for entry into the MAT programs.
  • Send your official transcripts to the address listed. We will hand carry them to Admissions.

The University of Texas at Dallas 
Department of Science/Mathematics Education, FN32
800 West Campbell Road 
Richardson, TX 75080-3021

  • Request your recommendation letters. These may be completed online.
  • Track the progress of your application through admissions-status@utdallas.edu.
  • Once you have received your letter of acceptance, please contact Ms. Curry for advising and registration information.
  • Refer to the current course schedule for offerings.

What to do immediately after you are accepted into our program:

  • Set up your email through NetID, linking it to the email you check most frequently
  • Acquire your Comet Card

Most official information can be found by reviewing the UT Dallas website. We maintain an MAT FAQ page. If we've missed something or anything has changed, we'd appreciate your letting us know. We're always open to ideas and suggestions as to how we can improve the programs for our students. Your positive outlook and comments will help us ensure that your MAT degree is recognized for our programs’ breadth and depth in critical areas of science and mathematics education.

Sample Degree Plans

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  • Updated: July 21, 2011