Mathematics Education Academic Plan

This 4-year plan will help guide you through your pathway to profession with your Mathematics Education major. It is a sampling of the route you can take to your degree. (The contents of this 4-year plan are subject to modifications.)

Credit hours required to graduate:124
Freshman Fall
CourseCredits
MATH 201Calculus 15
GNST 110Friends Experience 11
COMP 201Writing 13
EDUC 110Introduction to Teaching3
Business General Education Course3
Hours15
Freshman Spring
CourseCredits
MATH 202 Calculus 25
GNST 111Friends Experience 21
COMP 202Writing 23
EDUC 251Psychology Applied To Teaching3
Arts General Education Course3
Hours15
Sophomore Fall
CourseCredits
MATH 203Calculus 33
CSIS 275Introduction to Programming3
REL 101Faith at Friends3
Social Science & History General Education Course3
Natural Science General Education Course4
Hours16
Sophomore Spring
CourseCredits
MATH 450Numerical Methods3
MATH 411Advanced Calculus3
MATH 445History of Mathematics1
EDUC 325Reading in the Content Area3
EDUC 335Technology in the Classroom3
Oral Communications General Education Course3
Hours16
Junior Fall
CourseCredits
MATH 340Linear Algebra3
EDUC 410Secondary Methods3
EDUC 310Exceptional Child2
EDUC 311Exceptional Child Practicum1
Humanities General Education Course3
World Religion & Christianity General Education Course3
Hours15
Junior Spring
CourseCredits
MATH 360Geometry3
MATH 490Mathematics Seminar1
EDUC 417Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Math 3
EDUC 336Classroom Assessment3
Culture & Diversity General Education Course3
World Religion & Christianity General Education Course3
Hours16
Senior Fall
CourseCredits
MATH 370Mathematics Statistics3
MATH 401Modern Algebra3
EDUC 490Senior Practicum1
Personal & Social Responsibility General Education Course3
Elective or Minor Course3
Elective or Minor Course3
Hours16
Senior Spring
CourseCredits
EDUC 499Education Capstone2
EDUC 495Secondary School Student Teaching9
Elective or Minor Course3
Elective or Minor Course2
Hours16
Total Credit Hours:125