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Mathematics Major

Mathematics Major - Liberal Arts: 37 Total Credits

Required Courses: 19 cr. hrs.

MATH 166 Calculus I 4 cr.

MATH 167 Calculus II 4 cr.

MATH 236 Discrete Mathematics 4 cr.

MATH 256 Linear Algebra 3 cr.

MATH 266 Calculus III 3 cr.

MATH 485 Seminar in Mathematics (writing intensive) 1 cr.

Directed Electives: 18 cr. hrs.

Select at least six mathematics courses numbered higher than 300, excluding MATH 305 and 436

Required Supporting Courses: 3 cr. hrs.

select one from

MATH 205 Mathematical Programming 3 cr.

or CSIS 162 Programming II 3 cr.

Professional Education Courses 39 cr. hrs.

TED 120 Introduction to Education and Instructional Technology 3 cr.

TED 212 Educational Psychology 5 cr.

TED 252 Foundations of Multicultural Education (d) 3 cr.

TED 420 School and Society 3 cr.

TED 438 Techniques in Middle/Sec. Education: Mathematics 3 cr.

TED 464 Content Area Literacy in Middle & Secondary School Mathematics 3 cr.

TED 467 Management Strategies for the Secondary Mathematics Classroom 3 cr.

SPED 330 Exceptional Child 3 cr.

TED 474 Student Teaching-Secondary Only 12 cr.

or TED 473 and 474 Student Teaching-Middle/Secondary (6 cr. each)

TED 414 Development of the Transescent 4 cr.

Major Requirements 36 Total Credits

Required Courses: 30 cr. hrs.

MATH 166 Calculus I 4 cr.

MATH 167 Calculus II 4 cr.

MATH 236 Discrete Mathematics 4 cr.

MATH 256 Linear Algebra 3 cr.

MATH 266 Calculus III 3 cr.

MATH 351 Abstract Algebra 3 cr.

MATH 356 Probability 3 cr.

MATH 411 Geometry 3 cr.

MATH 316 Mathematical Modeling 3 cr.

or MATH 326 Applied Statistics 3 cr.

or MATH 357 Mathematical Statistics 3 cr.

Directed Electives: 6 cr. hrs.

Select at least two mathematics courses numbered higher than 300, excluding MATH 305, 371, 379 and 436

Required Supporting Courses: 5 cr. hrs.

MATH 436 History of Mathematics (writing intensive) 2 cr.

MATH 305 Integrating Technology in Teaching Secondary Mathematics 3 cr.

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The mathematics department offers two options for mathematics majors, the liberal arts option and the education option. Both are based on a common core curriculum of 18 credit hours.

- The liberal arts mathematics major is designed for students who desire a general education in mathematics as a background for graduate school or a career related to mathematics.
- The education mathematics major is designed for prospective secondary school teachers. The curriculum provides the student with specialized preparation in mathematics and professional training required to obtain teacher certification.