2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Teaching Major in Mathematics (BA/BS)

92-93 credits

Required Courses

MATH 165Calculus 1

4

MATH 166Calculus 2

4

MATH 215Discrete Systems

4

MATH 217Linear Algebra

4

MATH 221Probability and Statistics

3

MATH 249Pre-College Mathematics from an Advanced Viewpoint 1

3

MATH 250Pre-College Mathematics from an Advanced Viewpoint 2

3

Complete one concentration

Concentration 1: Middle school, 22 credits

MATH 201Number, Operations, and Algebraic Reasoning for the Elementary Teacher

4

MATH 202Data Analysis, Geometry, and Measurement for the Elementary Teacher

3

MATH 310Topics in Algebra for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher

3

MATH 316Topics in Number Theory for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher

3

MATH 360Topics in Geometry for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher

3

At least 6 credits from (as approved by advisor)

MATH 251Introduction to Mathematics of Finance

2

MATH 267Calculus 3

4

MATH 311Algebraic Structures

3

MATH 335Mathematical Models

3

MATH 345Survey of Geometries

4

MATH 416Theory of Numbers

3

MATH 460History of Mathematics

3

MATH 470Intermediate Analysis

3

Total Credit Hours:47

Concentration 2: Secondary school, 23 credits

MATH 267Calculus 3

4

MATH 311Algebraic Structures

3

MATH 335Mathematical Models

3

MATH 345Survey of Geometries

4

MATH 460History of Mathematics

3

MATH 470Intermediate Analysis

3

At least 3 credits from (as approved by advisor)

MATH 251Introduction to Mathematics of Finance

2

MATH 320Probability

4

MATH 374Differential Equations

3

MATH 377Complex Analysis

3

MATH 411Abstract Algebra 1

3

MATH 415Mathematics of Coding and Communication

3

MATH 416Theory of Numbers

3

MATH 441Geometry and Topology

3

MATH 445Differential Geometry

3

MATH 456Introduction to Operations Research

3

MATH 462Numerical Analysis 1

3

MATH 471Real Analysis 1

3

MATH 473Boundary Value Problems

3

MATH 475Topics in Partial Differential Equations

3

MATH 497Student-Faculty Colloquium

1 TO 6

Total Credit Hours:48

Students are encouraged to take CS 120 and PHYC 120. PHYC 120 satisfies the TIER 1 natural science requirement in the University Core Curriculum. All students will be required to take a comprehensive exam designated by the department.

Senior High, Junior High/Middle School Education Program

Professional education sequence, 45 credits

EDFO 420Social, Historical, and Philosophical Foundations of Education

3

EDJH 385Principles of Teaching in the Middle School

3

EDMU 205Introduction to Multicultural Education

3

EDPS 251Human Growth and Development for Secondary Education

3

EDPS 390Educational Psychology

3

EDSE 320Reading for Diverse Learners in Secondary Content Classes

3

EDSE 380Principles of Teaching in the Secondary School

3

MATH 150Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools

3

MATH 331Technology for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment in Mathematics

3

MATH 393Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Middle School

3

MATH 395Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Secondary School

3

Student teaching

12

Total Credit Hours:45

Total Credit Hours: 92-93

See Professional Education Assessment/Decision Points for additional information.