HOW DO THE COURSES REQUIRED BY MY
DEGREE PLAN CONTRIBUTE TO MY DEVELOMENT AS A FUTURE MATH TEACHER?
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Asked Questions about the Math Teaching Option degree plans.
For more information on these degree plans, see the Undergraduate Catalogue,
College of Natural Sciences (Click here
for the BA-Teaching Option. Click here
for the BS-teaching Option) and Which
Degree Should I Choose if I Want to Teach Mathematics?
Click on the link to go to a page describing each course (or group of
courses) and how it relates to the secondary curriculum and other courses.
I. MATH COURSES REQUIRED BY BOTHTHE
MATH BA - SECONDARY TEACHING OPTIONAND BS- SECONDARY TEACHING OPTION
and D: Calculus I and II
Functions and Modeling
Foundations of Number Systems or
Mathematics as Problem Solving
Structure of Modern Geometry
Matrices and Matrix Calculations or
Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory
Introduction to Real Analysis or M365C: Real Analysis I
Introduction to Number Theory, or M343K: Introduction to Algebraic Structures,
or M373K: Algebraic Structures I
What order should I take these courses in?
for a flowchart showing required and recommended prerequisites for each
The flowchart shows a course PHL 313K. What's that?
Philosphy 313K: Logic, Sets, and Functions
is not a required course, but is recommended. Many students find that it
helps them in their proof courses. It can be taken as an elective.
II. NON-UTEACHCOURSES REQUIRED BY THE MATH BS-TEACHING OPTION BUT NOT
BY THE MATH BA-TEACHING OPTION
Upper Division Math Hours