This degree provides students with a strong background in the mathematical concepts they will need for teaching mathematics to students in elementary school. In addition to gaining a strong understanding of mathematical content, students learn to engage elementary school students in hands-on activities that promotes their understanding of difficult concepts.
Completion of this major, the general degree completion requirements for education, elementary, and a minor field study, satisfies the state requirements for an elementary education teaching endorsement (grades K-8).
MATH 114 Algebra Concepts (5), as necessary.
MATH 211 Structure of Elementary Mathematics I (5)
MATH 212 Structure of Elementary Mathematics II (5)
MATH 311 Functions and Relations for K-8 Teachers (5)
MATH 312 Geometry for the K-8 Teacher (5)
MTED 390 Methods of Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (5)
MATH 411 Discrete Mathematics for K-8 Teachers (4)
MTED 412 Advanced Methods of Teaching K-8 Mathematics (5)
MATH 420 Problem Solving for K-8 Teachers (4)
MTED 490A Senior Capstone: Elementary Mathematics Practicum (5)
Total credits for above major: 43 or 48 credits
All candidates for certifcation must pass the WEST-E/NES subject matter test to receive an endorsement for certifcation purposes. For complete certification requirements refer to the Department of Education. Course prerequisites may also apply.
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