The mathematics teaching major prepares students to teach mathematics at the secondary level. Students complete mathematics courses such as Calculus I, II, and III; Linear Algebra; Discrete Mathematical Structures; College Geometry; Abstract Algebra; Real Analysis; Problem Seminar; either Introductory Statistics with Applications or Mathematical Statistics; and either Differential Equations or Mathematical Models. Students must also meet the requirements of the School of Education to meet professional teaching requirements.
A flexible degree that can be earned entirely online, entirely in-classroom, or a combination of the two.
Earn a Bachelor of Arts in as little as three years or an Associate's degree in as little as two. Complete your degree online or in-person.
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What classes will I take?
- Teaching as a Profession
- Calculus I
- Methods in Teaching Mathematics
- Technology in the Classroom
- Discrete Mathematical Structures
What experiences will I have?
In preparing for careers as mathematics educators, students participate in classroom observations as well as completing a semester of student teaching. Students may also volunteer for organizations like College Mentors for Kids in a variety of capacities that both serve the community and broaden their experience in working with young people.