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Students in this program will graduate certified to teach both secondary mathematics and secondary physics courses.
General education required of secondary and K-12 teacher education students.
See the Secondary and K-12 Teacher Education, B.A./B.S.
Students must take the required core Education Courses
Secondary and K-12 Teacher Education, B.A./B.S.
MA 4913 Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics
PH 3053 Methods of Teaching Physics
CS 1213 Computer Applications - Math/Science
MA 1314 Calculus I
MA 2103 Discrete Mathematics
MA 2314 Calculus II
MA 3123 Mathematical Theory of Statistics
MA 3213 Linear Algebra
MA 4153 Introduction to Higher Geometry
PH 2414 General Physics I with Lab
PH 2424 General Physics II with Lab
PH 2434 Structure of Matter with Lab
PH 395V Special Topics
PH 4991 Senior Seminar
EECE 2213 Circuits I
Enrollment and a passing grade in MA 2000 - Tutoring are required for four semesters.