Bachelor of Science in Teaching Mathematics

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  • Course description
    CI/SPE 2800 (3) Teachers, Schools, and Learners PROFICIENCIES:
    CI/FDN/RE 3850 (3) Literacy, Technology and Instruction Reading
    FDN 3800 (3) Foundations of American Education English
    PSY 3000 (3) Educational Psychology
    C I 4900 (12) Student Teaching
    NOTE: To be admitted to the Teacher Education Program students must take and satisfy testing requirements for Reading, Writing and Math areas of the PRAXIS (PPST or CBT). The Area Exams are required for student teaching. Only CI/SPE 2800 and PSY 3000 may be taken prior to formal admission into the College of Education.

    MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (not including 4 s.h. counted in Area I, above)
    2. 0 major GPA is required for graduation. Major GPA calculation will include all courses taken in the major department, plus any other courses under III. Minimum of 18 semester hours of courses taken to fulfill major requirements must be courses offered by Appalachian.

    A. Area of Specialization in Preparation for Teaching: (46‐47 hours)
    MAT 1110 (4) Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (Pre: MAT 1025)
    MAT 1120 (4) Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (Pre: MAT 1110)
    MAT 2240 (3) Introduction to Linear Algebra (Pre: MAT 1120)
    MAT 3010 (2) Survey in the History of Mathematics (Pre: MAT 1120, 2110)
    MAT 3015 (2) Junior Seminar for Mathematics Majors in Education (Pre: MAT 2240)
    MAT 3110 (3) Introduction to Modern Algebra [WID] (Pre: MAT 2110, 2240)
    MAT 3220 (3) Introduction to Real Analysis I [WID] (Pre: MAT 2110)
    MAT 3310 (3) Discrete and Continuous Mathematical Models (Pre: MAT 1120; Co: 2240)
    MAT 3520 (1) Instructional Assistance
    MAT 3610 (3) Introduction to Geometry (Pre: MAT 1120, 2110)
    MAT 4015 (3) Senior Seminar for Mathematics Majors in Education (Pre: MAT 3015, 3 s.h. 4000‐level MAT/STT)
    STT 4811 (3) Statistical Concepts and Applications I (Pre: MAT 1120)
    STT 4812 (3) Statistical Concepts and Applications II with Probability Modeling (Pre: STT 4811)
    Choose one:
    MAT 2110 (3) Techniques of Proof (Pre: MAT 1120)
    MAT 2510 (4) Sophomore Honors Seminar
    6 s.h. approved courses in Mathematical Sciences (at least 3 s.h. MAT at 4000 level):

    B. Other Required Courses (2 hours)Education:
    C I 3080*(2) Teaching High School Math *Minimum “C” grade required

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