Mathematics Co-Concentration for Bachelor's Degree in Education

Division

Education

Program Type

Major
General Education Requirements
General Education Electives Requirements

Elective Description

* Determined by the co-concentrations. Students whose co-concentrations are biology, chemistry or mathematics must take Precalculus, one c.u. addressing Aesthetic Appreciation, and two(2) c.u.s addressing Scientific and Technical Skills; students in all other co-concen- trations take College Algebra, two(2) c.u.s addressing Aesthetic Appreciation, and one c.u. addressing Scientific and Technical Skills.
Group/Track Courses
Early Childhood (14.5 course units), Elementary (14.5 course units), or Middle School with Subject Matter Specialization Endorsement (15.5 course units):

In addition to the courses below, the co-concentration also requires one(1) course unit to be taken from BIO/CHM/CMP/INT/MTH/PHY/SCI depending on students’ interest. Courses to be selected with the approval of a Mathematics Advisor.

* MTH 106 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers is required for the Elementary and Early Childhood and Special Education and Early Childhood Co-Concentrations.

* MTH 130 and MTH 160/MTH 161 are required as part of the General Education Core for Mathematics Co-Concentration.
Subject Area/Secondary Education (15 course units):

In addition to the courses below, this co-concentration also requires one(1) course unit to be taken from BIO/CHM/CMP/INT/MTH/PHY/SCI depending on students’ interest.
Courses to be selected with the approval of a Mathematics Advisor.

* MTH 130 and MTH 160/MTH 161 are required as part of the General Education Core for Mathematics Co-Concentration.

†† Two(2)courseunitsfromthe Education major’s list of requirements and two(2) course units from the co- concentration’s lists of requirements may count as General Education Electives.

Additional Information

To remain in the Education Programs students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 grade point average and must earn a “C” or better in all education courses.

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