Mathematics Education - 4 Year Plan
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 2045||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 2330: Topics in World Lit||3||SPED 2300||3|
|Total Hours||17||Total Hours||16|
|Third Year Fall Semester||Hours||Third Year Spring Semester2||Hours|
|MATH 4240: Probability||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|
|Humanities/Fine Arts||3||MATH 4500: Modern Algebra||3|
|EDUC 3001||3||Social/Behavioral Science||3|
|MATH 4810: Senior Seminar5||1|
|Total Hours||15||Total Hours||16|
|Fourth Year Fall Practicum4||Hours||Fourth Year Spring Student Teaching3||Hours|
|MATH 4400: Teaching Sec. Sch. Math||3||Student Teaching||12|
|Total Hours||15||Total Hours||12|
|Total Credit Hours for Degree||123|
1 If a student begins with MATH 1730, they must take MATH 1920 the summer after their freshman year.
2 NES 304 Mathematics Exam
4 Courses must be taken as a block of hybrid courses since there is a 3 week residency requirement.
5 May be taken during Practicum semester.