Mathematics Education (7–12, B.S.)
Bachelor of Science (HEGIS 1701.01)
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Accredited
Enrollment in all teacher education programs follows the guidelines for "Admission to Teacher Education Programs" found in this catalog. Applicants who do not yet meet all admissions criteria should consult with the department.
The B.S. in mathematics with adolescent certification is directed to a career goal of teaching. This program includes the course requirements leading to New York State certification to teach mathematics in grades 7–12.
SUNY has a standard admissions requirement of a 3.0 GPA for entry into an educator preparation program at the undergraduate or graduate level or a rank in the top 30th percentile of the high school class for entry into an undergraduate educator preparation program as a first-year student.
For first-year students, four years of college preparatory mathematics is recommended; top 30th percentile or an 85% high school average; submission of ACT or SAT score.
Transfer students with a 3.0 GPA from either their last college or the combined average of all previous colleges, whichever is higher, will be admitted directly into Mathematics Education (BS-NS MTS).
Students who do not meet admissions requirements will be admitted into the Mathematics (BA-NS MAT) major.
|Intellectual Foundations Requirements|
|27-30 credit hours||27|
|Mathematics Major Requirements (45 credit hours)|
|Required Courses (35 credit hours)|
|MAT 161||CALCULUS I||4|
|MAT 162||CALCULUS II||4|
|MAT 163||USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS I||1|
|MAT 164||USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS II||1|
|MAT 202||INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA||3|
|MAT 263||CALCULUS III||4|
|MAT 264||USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS III||1|
|MAT 270||DISCRETE MATHEMATICS||3|
|MAT 300||TECHNIQUES OF PROOF||3|
|MAT 301||FUNDAMENTALS OF ABSTRACT ALGEBRA||3|
|MAT 322||MODERN GEOMETRY||3|
|MAT 325||PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS||3|
|MAT 417||INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS I||3|
|Electives (9 credit hours)|
|Select three from the following:||9|
|ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II|
|DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II|
|INTERMEDIATE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS|
|ELEMENTARY THEORY OF NUMBERS|
|COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS FOR APPLIED MATHEMATICIANS II|
|APPLIED STATISTICS I|
|INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTABILITY|
|APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA|
|INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS II|
|INTRODUCTION TO TOPOLOGY|
|SPECIAL PROJECT (1-3)|
|INDEPENDENT STUDY (3-12)|
|Professional Education Requirements (33 credit hours)|
|SPF 303||EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: MIDDLE AND SECONDARY EDUCATION||3|
|SPF 403||HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL FORCES INFLUENCING SECONDARY EDUCATION||3|
|EDU 416||TEACHING LITERACY IN MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS||3|
|EDU 417||ADOLESCENT LITERACY||3|
|EXE 100||NATURE AND NEEDS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1||3|
|MED 200||FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS 7-12 AND FIELD EXPERIENCE||3|
|MED 300||FIELD EXPERIENCE: METHODS IN THE TEACHING OF SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS||3|
|MED 307||USES OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 1||3|
|MED 308||METHODS IN THE TEACHING OF SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS||3|
|MED 383||LEARNING AND TEACHING PROBLEM SOLVING||3|
|Student Teaching Requirements (12 credit hours)|
|MED 407||STUDENT TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS IN JUNIOR HIGH/MIDDLE SCHOOL 1||6|
|MED 408||STUDENT TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS IN HIGH SCHOOL 1||6|
|All College Electives|
|0-3 credit hours||0-3|
|Total Credit Hours||117-120|
Fulfill Intellectual Foundations 2014 requirement.