All majors in Elementary Education --Childhood and Early Childhood--must complete a concentration in a liberal arts discipline. Our concentration is a focused sequence of courses (30 credits) in which the elementary education major experiences the core areas of mathematics: calculus, algebra, geometry, and probability and statistics. The concentration prepares the future teacher for further specialization in mathematics education or for deeper study in mathematics.
||Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education I|
|MATH 141||Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education II |
|MATH 221||Calculus I |
|MATH 222||Calculus II |
|MATH 223||Calculus III |
|MATH 233||Linear Algebra I|
|MATH 239||Introduction to Mathematical Proof |
|MATH 242||Elements of Probability and Statistics |
|MATH 262||Applied Statistics |
|MATH 360||Probability and Statistics I |
|NOTE: Math 223 is a prerequisite for Math 360.|
|MATH 335||Foundations of Geometry |
||Advanced Math Topics for Childhood and Early Childhood Education |
Students are welcome to consult with advisors in the mathematics department for how to best plan their mathematics program.