BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (9-12, 6-9)
Upon successful completion of the program of study in Mathematics Education and related requirements, graduates are eligible for a Standard Professional I license to teach in the State of North Carolina. For a more detailed description, including the program standards and goals and objectives, turn to Undergraduate Licensure Programs in the School of Education section of this catalog.
Core Requirements -- Secondary Concentration (9-12)
Sem. Hrs.
Freshman Seminar and General Education (Courses Listed)
45
Speciality Area
  MAT 2210, 2220, 2300, 2600, 3110, 3150, 3250, 3310, 3280, 3330, 3600,
  4110, 4310, 4020, 4600
  CSC 2020
45
Educator Preparation Core   EPC 2020, 2040, 3010, 3030
9
Content Pedagogy   MAT 2500, 3500, 3750, 4000, 4490, 4750
  CSC 4050
25
General Electives
3
Total 127
 
Core Requirements -- Middle Grades Concentration (6-9)
Sem. Hrs.
Freshman Seminar and General Education (Courses Listed)
45
Speciality Area
  MAT 1070*, 1080*, 2100*, 2110, 2150*, 2300, 2600, 3150, 3330, 3600, 4020
30
Second Academic Concentration (Several courses will also count towards General Education requirements.)
18-30
Educator Preparation Core
  EPC 2020, 2040, 3010, 3030, EDN 3400
12
Content Pedagogy   MAT 2500, 3500, 3750, 4000, 4490, 4750
  CSC 4050
25
General Electives
0-4
Total 128

* Six hours of these specialty area courses will count towards General Education requirements.

NOTE: Students who desire teacher licensure in Mathematics Education should declare the major as soon as possible in their college career. Consultation with the Program Coordinator or program advisor prior to registering for General Education courses is strongly recommended.