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Does anyone know how to get into a master's teaching program at an online university with a learning disability in Mathematics?
I am currently working on receiving assistance with a math substitution for my bachelor's degree, but would a master's level allow this? I am interested in a particular online college, but noticed even there math is a requirement to be enrolled into their program of interest. Surely I am not the only student who has encountered this?

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Asked by titaniclady34 Wednesday Oct 27th 2010 in Online Degrees
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To tell you the truth, every program is different. Some graduate level education program don't require a math component, while others require a high-level math courses. Also, when it comes to flexing a program around a student's needs, that would be dependent on the specific school as well. So, what I am going to suggest is that you consider/contact a number of schools. While one school might not consider letting you substitute your math credit, that doesn't mean that another one won't. So, check out this list of Online Teaching Programs, and contact all the ones you are interested in. Discuss with their admissions officers about what your options.

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