Mathematics with Secondary Education Concentration

Earn your bachelor's degree in mathematics AND your teaching certification.

Sample Matriculation of required courses for this degree

Freshman

Fall

  • MATH 1550 (5) Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
  • Foreign Lang I (4-5)
  • GE NS* (3)
  • ENGL 1001 (3) English Composition
  • BASC 2010 (1) Step 1

Total: 16-17

Spring

  • MATH 1552 (4) Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
  • Foreign Lang II (4-5)
  • GE NS* (3)
  • GE NS* Lab (2)
  • BASC 2011 (1) Step 2

Total: 14-15

Sophomore

Fall

  • MATH 2057 (3) Multidimensional Calculus III
  • MATH 2060 (1) Technology Lab
  • MATH 2085 (3) Linear Algebra
  • GE NS* (3)
  • GE Hum (3)
  • ENGL (2+++)
  • EDCI 2500 (3) Knowing & Learning (GE SS)

Total: 16

 

Spring

  • Choose 2 (6)
    • MATH 2020 Solving Discrete Problems
    • MATH 2025 Integral Transforms (fall only)
    • MATH 2030 Discrete Dynamical Systems
  • GE NS* (3)
  • ENGL 2000 (3) English Composition
  • EDCI 3550 (3) Classroom Interactions

Total: 15

 

Junior

Fall

  • MATH 4031 (3) Advanced Calculus I
  • Approved Elective (3)
  • GE SS (3)
  • GE Hum (3)
  • ENGL (2+++)
  • PHIL 2786 (3) Perspectives (HUM) (fall only)
  • MATH 3002 (1) Mathematics Classroom Presentations (Fall only)

Total: 16

 

Spring

  • MATH 4005 (3) Geometry (spring only)
  • MATH 3355 (3) Probability
  • Approved Elective (1-2)
  • SS/HUM (3)
  • BIOL/CHEM/PHY 4005 (3) Research Methods
  • MATH 3003 (2) Functions & Modeling (Spring only)

Total: 15-16

 

Senior

Fall

  • MATH (4+++) (3) Elective
  • Choose 1 (3):
    • MATH 4023 Applied Algebra
    • MATH 4200 Abstract Algebra I (fall only)
    • MATH 4181 Elementary Number Theory (fall only)
  • Approved Elective (1-2)
  • GE-Arts (3)
  • EDCI 4500 (3) Instructional Models
  • MATH 4019 (1) Calculus Internship

Total: 14-15

 

Spring

  • EDCI 3136 (3) Reading in the Content Area
  • EDCI 4006 (9) Student Teaching

Total: 12

 

Total 120 Credit Hours
*One physical science sequence (astronomy, chemistry, geology or physics) and one life science sequence (biology) and a lab with one sequence

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