The Bachelor of Arts in teaching mathematics prepares students to become teachers of mathematics at the AYA (adolescent and young adult) level. As a teaching mathematics major, you’ll develop advanced knowledge in mathematics concepts and application and receive a solid foundation in educational methods, learning and development, and instructional technologies. You also will gain valuable professional experience both through observing and teaching in AYA classrooms.

Program Requirements, Prerequisites,

Suggestions for Scheduling

In addition to the University’s core curriculum, the following courses are required:

  • Introduction to Software Application Development, with lab (CS 128 and CS 128L) OR
  • Data Base Systems (CS 150)
  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (MT 135) OR
  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1A and 1B (MT 133-134)
  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (MT 136)
  • Explorations in Mathematics (MT 200)
  • Probability and Statistical Inference (MT 229)
  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry III (MT 233)
  • Discrete Mathematics and Matrix Algebra (MT 271)
  • Introduction to Real Analysis (MT 431)
  • Introduction to Abstract Algebra (MT 441)
  • Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry (MT 450)
  • History of Mathematics (MT 469)
  • Required Support Sequence: Introduction to Education (ED 100)
  • Assessment, Learning and Individual Differences (ED 201)
  • School and Society (ED 253)
  • Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED 255)
  • Adolescent Education Special Methods (ED 337)
  • Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society (ED 350)
  • Instructional Technology (ED 386)
  • Adolescent Education Seminar (ED 405C)
  • Adolescent Education Special Topics (ED 427)
  • Adolescent Education Student Teaching (ED 444C)
  • Adolescent Development (PS 262)

Students obtaining a B.A. degree in teaching mathematics must also pass a comprehensive exam.

Sample Schedules

Sample block schedule

Planned Math course offerings through Spring 2019, click here.