What to Expect
When you major in Integrated Mathematics Education, you can expect to spend approximately half of your study in the field of mathematics and half learning the art of teaching in the classroom. You’ll enter the classroom as early as your freshman year to observe and assist, and you’ll become more involved each year, ultimately undertaking your student teaching experience your senior year.
In this program, you’ll:
Participate in a nationally recognized program for excellence due to the College of Education’s caliber of education
Learn from an invaluable combination of education and math professors who are exceptionally strong teachers in the classroom and highly respected professionals in their fields
Access innovative math facilities that include a wide range of computer applications to aid you in classroom assignments and problem solving
Participate in the state and national Mathematics Association of America, presenting papers and attending conferences
Begin observing in the classroom as early as your sophomore year, gradually increasing your involvement each year after
Attend professional development workshops for elementary, middle grade, and high school teachers in the area of mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Education
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2019-2020 Initial Licensure Requirements