Mathematics/Middle Level Endorsement Major, Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAE)
Completion of this major and the General Degree Completion Requirements for Education, Secondary (43 credits) satisfies the state requirements for a state mathematics teaching endorsement (middle level, grade levels 4–9.)
Note:
 computer literacy proficiency is required
(it can be demonstrated by CPLA 100 and CPLA 101 test, by CPLA 100 and CPLA 101 course credits or by CPLA 120 course credits);  effective 09.01/.14, all candidates for certification must pas the NES subject matter test to receive an endorsement for certification purposes.
Secondary Education Core  
30–hour multicultural education field requirement  
EDUC 200 & EDUC 303 & EDUC 309  ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION and FOUNDATIONS OF ASSESSMENT and FOUNDATIONS OF SECONDARY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT  7 
EDUC 201  INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION  3 
EDUC 341  SECONDARY STRATEGIES, MANAGEMENT, ASSESSMENT  4 
EDUC 413  CONTENT AREA LITERACY: MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION CANDIDATES  4 
EDUC 420  ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL CANDIDACY  1 
EDUC 426  SECONDARY STUDENT TEACHING 712  15 
PSYC 304  EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY  5 
SPED 363  INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION  4 
Total Credits  43 
Secondary Education students must complete the required Secondary Education Core and the following courses.  
Required Courses  
EDUC 417  CULTURE OF MIDDLE SCHOOL  3 
MATH 114  ALGEBRA CONCEPTS  5 
MATH 211  STRUCTURE OF ELEMENTARY MATH I  5 
MATH 212  STRUCTURE OF ELEMENTARY MATH II  5 
MATH 311  FUNCTIONS AND RELATIONS FOR K8 TEACHERS  5 
MATH 312  GEOMETRY FOR THE K8 TEACHER  5 
MATH 411  DISCRETE MATHEMATICS FOR K8 TEACHERS  4 
MATH 413  DATA ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITY FOR MIDDLE LEVEL TEACHERS  3 
MATH 416  CALCULUS FOR MIDDLE LEVEL TEACHERS  4 
MATH 420  PROBLEM SOLVING FOR K8 TEACHERS  4 
MTED 290  EARLY MATH PRACTICUM  3 
MTED 390  METHODS OF TEACHING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS  5 
MTED 392  METHODS OF TEACHING SECONDARY MATH I  3 
MTED 412  ADVANCED METHODS OF TEACHING K8 MATHEMATICS  5 
MTED 490B  SENIOR CAPSTONE: SECONDARY PRACTICUM  5 
Total Credits  64 
Placement and Clearance Exams
Prior Learning Credits / Sources of Credit AP, CLEP, IB
University Competencies and Proficiencies
General Education Core Requirements (GECR)
Humanities and Fine Arts
(2 courses)—students must choose no more than one course per list:
List 1: Literature
List 2: Fine Arts
List 3: Philosophy and Reasoning
Natural Sciences
(2 courses)—students must choose no more than one course per list:
Anthropology
Biology
Chemistry
Environmental Science
Geography
Physics
Social Sciences
(2 courses)—students must choose no more than one course per list:
List 1: Economics and Government
List 2: Anthropology, Geography, Psychology and Sociology
List 3: History
University Graduation Requirements
Foreign Language
Minor or Certificate
Culture and Gender Diversity in the U.S. Course List
International Studies Course List
Senior Capstone Course List
 All admitted students must officially Declare a Major by the time they reach 90 credits (junior standing).
 Application for Graduation must be made at least two terms in advance of the term you expect to graduate (undergraduate and postbaccalaureate).
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Student Learning Outcomes—students will:

demonstrate and apply in the classroom a profound understanding of fundamental mathematics;

demonstrate and apply in the classroom a deep understanding of how students learn mathematics and of the pedagogical knowledge specific to mathematics teaching and learning;

exhibit a productive disposition: value learning, value and respect student thinking, exhibit curiosity about students and mathematics, demonstrate perseverance, model effective learning, understand and value the role of discourse in promoting the learning of math.