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Mathematics Education - 4 Year Plan

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This sample schedule shows one possible path for completing your Math Major with a Mathematics Education concentration in 4 years.  Be aware of the prerequisites for our math courses, found here.  Please talk to your advisor to help guide you along your own path to graduation.

         First Year Fall Semester Hours          First Year Spring Semester Hours
  MATH 19101: Calculus I 4   MATH 1920: Calculus II  4
  ENGL 1010: English Composition I 3   EDUC 2100 2
  History 3   CSCI 1010 or 2000 3
  Social/Behavior Science 3   ENGL 1020: English Composition II 3
  Humanities/Fine Arts 3   COMM 1010 3
  APSU 1000: Transition to the University 1      
   Total Hours  17   Total Hours 15
  Second Year Fall Semester Hours   Second Year Spring Semester Hours
  MATH 2110: Calculus III 4   MATH 3450: Linear Algebra 3
  MATH 3010: Intro to Math Reasoning 3   MATH 3000: Discrete Mathematics 3
  Science/Lab 4   STAT 3250: Statistical Methods 3
  ENGL 2030: Traditions in World Lit 3   EDUC 3070 3
  History 3   Science/Lab 4
  Total Hours 17   Total Hours 16
  Third Year Fall Semester  Hours   Third Year Spring Semester2 Hours
  MATH 4500: Modern Algebra 3   MATH 4200: Content/Pedagogy for MS 3
  MATH 4110: Number Theory 3   MATH 3630: College Geometry 3
  MATH 4450: Mathematical Models  3    MATH 4010: History of Mathematics 3
  MATH 4240: Probability 3   Social/Behavioral Science  3 
  EDUC 4270 3   Humanities/Fine Arts 3
        MATH 4810: Senior Seminar5 1
  Total Hours 15   Total Hours 16
  Fourth Year Fall Residency I3,4  Hours   Fourth Year Spring Residency II Hours
  MATH 4400: Teaching Sec. Sch. Math 3   Student Teaching 12
  EDUC 4080 3      
  EDUC 4440 3      
  EDUC 4160 3      
  SPED 3000 3      
  Total Hours 15    Total Hours 12
        Total Credit Hours for Degree 123

Students taking MATH 1730 before 1910 can take 1730 in First Year Fall, 1910 in First Year Spring, and 1920 in the Summer Semester.

Content Praxis

3 PLT Praxis

Courses must be taken as a block of hybrid courses since there is a 5 week residency requirement.

May be taken during Residency I semester.