This degree program is offered by the College of Education in collaboration with the Department of Mathematics for those who want to teach mathematics at the high school (9- 12) level. The main components of the program include courses in mathematics, physics, and professional education. Additionally, the teacher candidate must complete 33 hours of professional education courses to be certified. This program is nationally recognized by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
No grade below “C” in a course required for the major or minor (including cognates and specified electives) will count toward satisfying that course requirement. This policy does not refer to general education requirements or elective courses.