Jun 15, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Mathematics Grades 5-Adult Specialization, B.A.


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The Department of Computer Science and Mathematics cooperates with the Department of Education in meeting its mission to prepare candidates for a Bachelors of Arts degree in Education with mathematics teaching specialization for grades 5-adult. This mathematics specialization prepares teacher candidates for teaching mathematics. Students receiving a B.A. in Math Education also satisfy the degree requirements for a B.S. in Mathematics. Students pursuing these degrees are advised in the Math department.

NOTE: MATH 1550, 1561, 2563, 2501, 2502, and 3503 are required for both degrees and should be completed early in the program.

Degree Requirements


Core Curriculum (30-33 Credit Hours)


For details on the required courses, refer to the Core Curriculum   program. For students in this major, the following courses satisfy both core curriculum and major requirements:

Major Electives (6 Credit Hours)


Students must take one of the following courses:

Free Electives


Students must complete a minimum of 8 free credit hours of electives to complete the total degree requirements. Choosing higher-credit hour alternatives in the core curriculum and electives reduces the minimum number of free elective credit hours required to reach 120 semester hours.

Degree Total = 120 Credit Hours


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