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Program for Middle-Level Mathematics Education

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In addition to the professional education requirements, students pursuing licensure in the field of mathematics for the middle level (5-8) must complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:

  • MA 142 The Language of Mathematics, 3 hours
  • MA 171 Calculus I, 4 hours
  • MA 172 Calculus II, 4 hours
  • MA 261 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers I, 3 hours
  • MA 262 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers II, 3 hours
  • MA 291 Introduction to Higher Mathematics, 3 hours
  • MA 332 Geometry for Teachers, 3 hours
  • MA  355 Advanced Introductions to Statistics, 3 hours
  • ED 331 Methods for Teaching Elementary and Middle School Math I, 3 hours
  • ED 409 Teaching Middle Level Learners, 3 hours
  • CS 151 Introduction to Computing (for non-science majors), 3 hours

 Middle-Level Mathematics Teacher Licensure Requirements Checklist