Math for Secondary Educators Specialization

This specialization is designed for students intending to pursue a teaching license for mathematics at the secondary level. Students may qualify for licensure if they complete all of the following: the Math for Secondary Educators specialization, the Education minor, and the fifth-year student teaching experience. Students interested in becoming licensed educators should contact the Education Department about all requirements related to certification, including admission to the Teacher Education program. Students pursuing this specialization are strongly encouraged to combine it with either a Mathematics or Mathematics-Physics major.

Complete the following courses:

MAT-120The Art of Mathematical Thinking

3 credits

MAT-125Data Analysis and Statistics

3 credits

MAT-175Single Variable Calculus

4 credits

MAT-199Math & Physics Colloquium

0.5 credits

MAT-275Multivariable Calculus

4 credits

MAT-285Introduction to Proof

1 credit

MAT-311Probability and Mathematical Statistics I

3 credits

MAT-361Linear Algebra

3 credits

MAT-370Geometry

3 credits

MAT-398Course Assistant for Algebra, Probability, Functions & Trig

1

MAT-490Mathematics Capstone

3 credits

CSC-150Computer Science I: Introduction to Computer Science and Programming

3 credits

PHY-271Analytical Physics I

4 credits

PHY-271LAnalytical Physics I Lab

1 credit

Two semesters of MAT-199 are required for a total of 1 credit.

Electives

Take an additional 6 credits of 400-level mathematics courses.

Total Credit Hours: 40