Bachelor of Science in Education Degree in Secondary Education - Mathematics

Additional Graduation Requirements

General Education Component: Mathematics
Area I (Written Composition)6
First-Year Composition I
First Year Composition II
Area II (Humanities and Fine Arts)12
Two literature courses in sequence (EN 211/EN 212, EN 221/EN 222, EN 231/EN 232) or one literature course and one additional humanities elective
One Humanities and Fine Arts Elective
Fundamentals of Speech
Area III (Natural Sciences and Mathematics)12
Calculus I
Area IV (History, Social and Behavioral Sciences)12
Human Growth and Development 1
Area V
Professional Education Secondary: Mathematics (Grades 6-12)
Note: ASBI/FBI background clearance is a prerequisite for all Professional Education Courses.
ED 292Preprofessional Seminar and Laboratory Experience1
ED 381Instructional Technology for the High School3
ED 375Content Literacy3
EEX 340Introduction to Students with Exceptional Learning Needs3
MA 425Methods and Materials for Teaching Secondary Mathematics3
ED 333WLearning Theories and Student Development3
ED 382Classroom Management for Diverse Learning Environments and Communities3
ED 401Evaluation of Teaching and Learning3
ED 477Curriculum and Teaching4
ED 482High School Student Internship12
ALSDE/NCATE Approved Teaching Field: Mathematics
CS 155Computer Science I3
MA 126Calculus II4
MA 227Calculus III4
MA 431Advanced Linear Algebra I3
MA 355Differential Equations3
MA 325Foundations of Mathematics3
MA 345Applied Statistics I3
MA 421College Geometry3
MA 420Combinatorics and Graph Theory3
MA 437Introduction to Abstract Algebra I3
MA 451Introduction to Analysis3
MA 471WApplied Mathematics3
Select one from the following:2
Undergraduate Directed Research
Undergraduate Directed Research
Undergraduate Directed Research
Mathematics Seminar
Undergraduate Math Mentoring
Total Hours120

Notes:

  • Candidates may take the following professional education courses prior to admission to TEP: Preprofessional Seminar and Laboratory Experience (ED 292), Content Literacy (ED 375), Instructional Technology for the High School (ED 381), Introduction to Students with Exceptional Learning Needs (EEX 340), and a content methods course.
  • Courses that are taken to fulfill general education requirements which are also included in a teaching field may count in both areas.
  • Candidates who plan to seek certification in another state should contact the State Department of Education in that state to find out whether or not a comparable certificate exists in that state.
  • All requirements must be completed with a minimum of 120 credit hours.