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BA/BS Mathematics Education

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Students wishing to obtain their degree in secondary education, may complete their preparation for the basic teaching license with a major in mathematics in a four year program.

Degree Requirements: Mathematics Teacher Education Major:

CS 161 Computer Science I 5
MTH 251 Calculus I Differential Calculus 5
MTH 252 Calculus II Integral Calculus 5
MTH 253 Calculus III Sequences and Series 3
MTH 254 Multivariate Calculus 5
MTH 280 Introduction to Proof 4
MTH 311 Advanced Calculus I 4
MTH 341 Linear Algebra 4
MTH 344 Group Theory 4
MTH 355 Discrete Mathematics 4
MTH 365 Mathematical Probability 4
MTH 366 Mathematical Statistics 4
MTH 411 Capstone Experience I 2
MTH 412 Capstone Experience II 2
Choose One  
MTH 337 Geometry
4
MTH 338 Axiomatic Geometry 4
Choose One  
MTH 345 Ring Theory 4
MTH 346 Number Theory 4
One Upper Division Elective 3 - 4

The following is a possible schedule of classes for mathematics education majors

MATHEMATICS TEACHER EDUCATION MAJOR (66 -67 hours)
Fall
Winter
Spring
Freshman
MTH 251
MTH 252
MTH 253, MTH 280
Education classes to take before entering Education Program: ED 100
Sophomore
MTH 254MTH 337 or MTH 338, MTH 341
MTH 344, MTH 365
MTH 345 or MTH 346, MTH 366
Education classes to take before entering Education Program: ED 270 and ED 312
Junior
MTH 311, MTH 355
CS 161, MTH 411
MTH 412
Education classes to take before entering Education Program: ED 333 and ED 370
Senior
Education courses
Education courses
Education courses
Prerequisite Skills: Students who have completed pre-calculus or an introduction to calculus in high school and receive a qualifying score on the placement test may enroll in MTH 251 Calculus. Others may find it necessary to take MTH 111 College Algebra and MTH 112 Elementary Functions before starting the calculus sequence. These students should be advised carefully.

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