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Secondary Education - Mathematics

To be admitted into a teacher education program that leads to a baccalaureate degree, students will either have to

· Achieve a qualifying passing score on the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators (CORE) as established by the State Board of Education OR

·  Have an ACT composite score of twenty-one (21) (or SAT equivalent) OR

·  Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on coursework prior to admission to an approved teacher education program***

Education Pathway

Program Curriculum


First Semester
  • English Composition I ENG 1113
  • ***Fine Arts Elective (3)
  • *Calculus I MAT 1613
  • **Natural Science w/Lab (4)
  • ***History or Literature Elective (3)
Total 16 Hours
Second Semester
  • English Composition II ENG 1123
  • Computer Programming I CSC 1613
  • *Calculus II MAT 1623
  • **Natural Science w/Lab (4)
  • ***History or Literature Elective (3)
Total 16 Hours
First Semester
  • Calculus III MAT 2613
  • General Psychology PSY 1513
  • General Physics I-A PHY 2514
  • ***Introduction to Linear Algebra MAT 2113
  • Public Speaking I SPT/COM 1113
Total 16 Hours
Second Semester
  • Calculus IV MAT 2623
  • Introduction to Sociology SOC 2113
  • General Physics II-A PHY 2524
  • Differential Equations MAT 2913
  • ***Elective (1)
Total 14 Hours

EDU 1613 Foundations in Education and Learning is strongly recommended for all Education Pathways.

***Consult with your chosen transfer university/college to determine changes to this curriculum.

*Some students may need to take MAT 1313 College Algebra and MAT 1323 Trigonometry (if placement score requires) prior to enrolling in MAT 1613 Calculus I. These students are advised to take these courses in the summer before their freshman year in order to complete the Calculus sequence before transferring.

**BIO 1134 & BIO 1144 General Biology I & II or CHE 1214 & CHE 1224 General Chemistry I & II

Enrollment in a minimum of 15 hours each semester is recommended for eligibility for state aid, institutional scholarships, and the tuition break.