Mathematics Secondary Education Specialization, BA-BS
Student Learning Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate the ability to solve a variety of problems in mathematics including calculus, probability and statistics, algebra, and geometry.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to write mathematical proofs and solve challenging problems both pure and applied.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate mathematics both orally and in writing.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and utilize the appropriate practices and tools, including the use of technology, to solve mathematics problems.
- Students will demonstrate that they can apply appropriate mathematical practices and tools, including the use of technology, to teaching mathematical concepts, thinking, and content appropriate for secondary students.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively and persistently with peers to solve mathematics problems to develop learner-centered instruction.
|MA 151||Calculus & Analytic Geometry I||5|
|MA 152||Calculus & Analytic Geometry II||5|
|MA 253||Calculus/Analytic Geometry III||3|
|MA 204||Number Theory and Discrete Math for Middle School and Secondary Teachers||3|
|MA 207||Discrete Mathematics||3|
|MA 230||Mathematical Representations for Secondary Mathematics||4|
|MA 301||Linear Algebra||3|
|MA 354||Abstract Algebra||3|
|MA 367||Modern Geometry||3|
|MA 371||Introduction to Real Analysis I||3|
|MA 381||History and Literature of Mathematics||3|
|MA 380||Problem Solving Strategies (2 hours minimum)||2|
|MA 388||Capstone Research||1|
Students seeking certification to teach mathematics must also be formally admitted to the University’s Professional Teacher Education Programs and complete additional coursework. For admission requirements, see Education in this catalog.