Requirements for a Major in Mathematics with Teaching Licensure (6-12)

In addition to the general education requirements, the following courses are required:

  Semester Hours
MTH 201, Calculus I 3
MTH 202, Calculus II 3
MTH 211, Foundations of Higher Mathematics 3
MTH 301, Calculus III 3
MTH 311, Abstract Algebra I 3
MTH 312, Abstract Algebra II or  
MTH 315, Theory of Real Variables I 3
MTH 316, Theory of Real Variables II 3
MTH 401, Geometry 3
MTH 403, Probability and Statistics 3
Mathematics Electives, 300-400 level 6
Total 33

Suggested electives:  Courses in computer science, computer information systems, chemistry, physics, psychology, biology, business, and additional courses in education and mathematics.

The other General Education and Professional Education requirements which must be met in order to be recommended for teaching licensure in Mathematics are explained in detail on page 151-153.

Sample Four-Year Course Sequence for Mathematics with Teaching Licensure (6-12)

Freshman Year:MTH 201, 202, Calculus I, II Junior Year:
  ED 322, Educational Psychology
  ED 334, Content Reading and Language Development
  ED 474, Secondary/PK-12 Curriculum
  ED 478, Teaching Assistant:  Secondary/PK-12 Education
  MTH 311, Abstract Algebra I
  MTH 312, Abstract Algebra II*
  MTH 401, Geometry
  MTH 300+ Elective**
   
Sophomore Year: Senior Year:
ED 290, Foundations of Education ED 406, Instruction in Secondary/PK-12 Education
MTH 211, Foundations of Higher Mathematics ED 489, Directed Teaching in Secondary/PK-12 Education
MTH 301, Calculus III MTH 315, Theory of Real Variables I
MTH 300+ Elective MTH 316, Theory of Real Variables II*
PSY 205, Developmental Psychology MTH 403, Probability and Statistics
  MTH 300+ Elective**
  * Take only one
**Take only one