Mathematics Education

Preparation to teach Mathematics is accomplished through a double major program requiring completion of the requirements of the major, general studies, and professional education major requirements.

General Studies and Academic Major (96-99 semester hours)

PSY-100Introduction to Psychology
3
COM-104Speech Communication3
 Developmental Psychology elective
3
 English Writing
6-9
 Social Science elective3
 History elective 
 Fine Arts elective 
 Literature elective 
 Philosophy elective
3
 Techology elective3

 

General Studies electives

13

NCT-010

Freshman Seminar (1 Supplemental Education Unit)


Requirements for Mathematics Major (50 Semester Hours)

Professional Education Requirements (30 Semester Hours)

Foundation professional courses with associated field experiences:
EDU-106
Contexts of Schooling3
EDU-206
Developmental Education Psychology3
Methodology curriculum and instruction courses with associated field experiences:
SED-370
Teaching in the High School3

ELD-380

Teaching Mathematics in the Middle School
3

SED-415

Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools3

SED-431

Content Area Reading & Writing3

Capstone professional semester including full-time student teaching:

EDU-465

Student Teaching & Seminar12

The Integrated Sciences and Math (ISM) major (formally the Integrated Sciences major) is designed primarily as a second major for students in the School of Education interested in teaching science or math at the middle school level.