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  Oct 20, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin

Secondary Education Mathematics Minor


The Secondary Education Mathematics Minor is designed to prepare students in quantitatively oriented majors (outside of Mathematics) for the ‘fifth-year’ Secondary Education Master of Teaching (M.T.) program. Completion of the Minor does not guarantee admission into the M.T. program. Contact the Office of Student Affairs in the College of Education for information on the M.T., its admission requirements, and possible additional course work requirements for some majors.

Prerequisites Courses:

MATH 141 - Calculus I  

MATH 142 - Calculus II  

MATH 241 - Vector Calculus  

MATH 300 - Transition to Advanced Mathematics  

Required Courses (15 Hours):

EDFI 300 - Schools In Communities  

EDSE 302 - Teachers and Teaching  

EDPY 401 - Learners and the Diversity of Learning  

EDSE 500 - Equity and Community Engagement  

MATH 544 - Linear Algebra  

Additional Course (3 Hours):

Select one of the following:

MATH 531 - Foundations of Geometry  

MATH 546 - Algebraic Structures I  

MATH 554 - Analysis I  

Note:

MATH 554 has an additional pre-requisite beyond the required courses for the minor.