Math Education

With careers in science, technology and engineering in high demand, a solid foundation in mathematics is essential to the future of school-aged students—and to the success of many of the world’s largest industries.

This minor in Math Education is for students seeking additional licensure as an Elementary Math Specialist.

Minor Requirements

View the 2022-2023 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.

Requirements for a Minor in Math Education

  • 1. EDUC1111  The Great American Experiment (SA) (SS) (SJ)
  • 2. EDUC2211 Learning, Teaching and the Elementary Curriculum OR EDUC2212 Learning, Teaching and the Secondary Curriculum
  • 3. EDUC3213 Mathematics Methods for Elementary OR EDUC3313  Mathematics Methods for Middle and High School (prerequisite will be waived if students have completed EDUC2211 or EDUC2311)
  • 4. MATH1111  Calculus I (QA) (QR)
  • 5. MATH1112  Calculus II (QA) (QR)
  • 6. A 2000- or 3000-level math elective

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