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Mathematics Education Courses

Mathematics Content

  • MAT 295 - Calculus I
  • MAT 296 - Calculus II
  • MAT 397 - Calculus III
  • MAT 375 - Intro to Abstract Mathematics
  • MAT 331 - First Course in Linear Algebra
  • MAT 531 - Second Course in Linear Algebra
  • MAT 412 - Intro to Real Analysis I
  • MAT 512 - Intro to Real Analysis II
  • MAT 534 - Intro to Abstract Algebra
  • Courses for the B.A. degree - 3 of the following 5 courses
    • MAT 414 - Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations
      OR MAT 513 - Intro to Complex Analysis
    • MAT 525 - Mathematical Statistics
      OR MAT 526 - Intro to Stochastic Processes
    • MAT 541 - Intro to Number Theory
    • MAT 551 - Fundamental Concepts of Geometry
    • MAT 593 - History of Mathematics
  • Courses for the B.S. degree - all 5 of the following courses
    • MAT 525 - Mathematical Statistics
      OR MAT 526 - Probability
    • MAT 541 - Intro to Number Theory
    • MAT 551 - Fundamental Concepts of Geometry
    • MAT 593 - History of Mathematics

Professional Education Requirements

  • EDU 204 - Principles of Learning in Inclusive Classrooms
  • EDU 304 - Study of Teaching
  • RED 326 - Literacy Across the Curriculum
  • EDU 310 - The American School
  • EDU 366 - Safe and Healthy Learning Environments (1 credit)

Student Teaching Placements

Students will have two placements during their program - one in grades 7-9, and one in grades 10-11. One of these placements will be in a high needs setting.

Candidacy Semester

  • SED 413 - Methods and Curriculum in Teaching Mathematics
  • SPE 412 - Adapting Instruction for Diverse Student Needs
  • EDU 508 - Student Teaching Candidacy/Mathematics
    ** Typically the fall of senior year, students will teach half-day in a classroom setting for 3 credits

Standard Student Teaching Semester

  • SED 416 - Assessment and Data Driven Instruction/Mathematics
  • EDU 508 - Student Teaching/Mathematics
    ** Typically the spring of senior year, students teach full-time in a classroom setting for 9 credits

College of Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Core

  • Foreign Language course or equivalent
  • General Physics I and II, with Laboratories
  • Five History, humanities, social sciences, and/or arts courses, to be determined with your advisor based on interests.