Jun 18, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Mathematics and Secondary Education, BS


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In order to receive credit toward a BS: Mathematics Major, students must earn a B- or higher in STAT 121  Probability and all courses listed in the Major Core. Please see catalog section on applying for admission to the Teacher Education Program and other program requirements for additional information.   A Coaching Option is  available with any teaching major, but does not lead to licensure.

Credit Requirements


General Education: 32 Credits


General Education 

Select the following course for Mathematics


Select 1 course/4 credits from the following:


Select 1 course/4 credits from the following:


Student Teaching: 8 Credits


Electives: 4 Credits


Choose elective credits from any college-level catalog courses to bring degree total to 128.

Math and Secondary Education Total Credits: 128


Additional Mathematics and Secondary Education Degree and Course Information


Technology Requirement: Before registering for EDU 371   students must have earned a passing score on the Information & Technology Literacy Exam, or at least a B- on either COMS 115   Computer Basics for Educators (4 credits) or CAPP 131   Basic Microsoft Office (4 credits).

Students in an internship program (e.g., Class 5 teachers) will substitute EDU 498 Internship for EDU 495.  Consult with their Post Baccalaureate advisor to determine appropriate number of credits.

Current certification in First Aid, CPR, and AED for adults, children and infants is required for all education majors prior to student teaching.  ECP 100   is recommended to fulfill this requirement.

Recommended Four Year Course Sequence


This list includes the core classes as guidelines to complete the Mathematics, BS  major in four years. It is one example of how the program can be completed in four years; faculty advisors assist students in choosing among the options in a given semester to insure progress towards completion of the program and are equipped with a more detailed, block-by-block plan that you can use. Students should complete general education and elective requirements while working with these guidelines.

If you begin in the fall of an odd-numbered academic year, base your schedule on this plan:


If you begin in the fall of an even-numbered academic year, base your schedule on this plan:


Sophomore Year Mathematic Courses


Junior Year Mathematic Courses


Senior Year Mathematic Courses


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