694620 - Mathematics Education (BS)
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Major Academic Plan
Licensure: This program meets the educational requirements designed to lead to an occupationally required professional license or certificate in the state of Utah. Students pursuing occupations requiring a license or certificate in a state other than Utah should contact the appropriate BYU academic advisement center as well as the licensing agency in the state where they intend to work to seek information and guidance regarding licensure and certification requirements.
This major is designed to prepare students to teach in public schools. In order to graduate with this major, students are required to complete Utah State Office of Education licensing requirements. To view these requirements go to https://www.schools.utah.gov/curr/licensing or contact the Education Advisement Center, 350 MCKB, 801-422-3426.
For students accepted into the major after December 16, 2019, grades below C in any required coursework in a teaching major or teaching minor will not be accepted. Teacher candidates must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher once admitted into the program and to qualify for student teaching. For additional details on admission and retention requirements for teaching majors and teaching minors, see Educator Preparation Program Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Requirement 1 —Complete 7 Courses
Core requirements. Note 1: Prerequisites for all mathematics education courses will be strictly adhered to. Note 2: FBI fingerprint and background clearance must be completed prior to enrollment in MthEd 276.
course - Critical Review of School Math 3.0
course - Exploration of Math Teaching 4.0
course - Task Design for Learning 3.0
course - Assessment of Learning 3.0
course - Teaching with Tech 3.0
course - Math Tchng in Public Schools 3.0
course - Practicum in Math Education 1.0
Requirement 2 —Complete 12 Courses
course - Calculus 1 4.0
course - Calculus 2 4.0
course - Elementary Linear Algebra 2.0
course - Computational Linear Algebra 1.0
course - Fundamentals of Mathematics 3.0
course - Calculus of Several Variables 3.0
course - Ordinary Differential Equation 3.0
course - Theory of Analysis 1 3.0
course - History & Philosophy of Math 3.0
course - Teaching Stats & Probability 3.0
course - Survey of Geometry 3.0
course - Principles of Statistics 3.0
Requirement 3 —Complete 1 of 12 Courses
course - How to Program 3.0
course - Intro to Computer Science 3.0
course - Intro to Data Science 3.0
course - Combinatorics & Graph Theory 3.0
course - Abstract Algebra 1 3.0
course - Mathematics of Data Science 3.0
course - Mathematical Cryptography 3.0
course - Number Theory 3.0
course - Physics By Inquiry: Mechanics 3.0
course - Physics By Inquiry: Electricity 3.0
course - Stat for Engineers & Scientist 3.0
course - Statistical Modeling 1 3.0
A teaching minor is not needed for licensure. However, students interested in teaching an academic subject in addition to mathematics should consider pursuing a teaching minor in that discipline.
Requirement 4 —Complete 2 Requirements
Professional Education Component:
Licensure requirements: Contact the Education Advisement Center, 350 MCKB, 801-422-3426, to schedule the final interview to clear your application for the secondary teaching license. You should be registered for your last semester at BYU prior to the scheduled appointment.
Requirement 4.1 —Complete 3 Courses
course - Educ Stdnts w/Disablts in ScEd 2.0
course - Multi Cult Ed for Sc Ed 3.0
course - Ad Dev & Class Mgmt 3.0
Requirement 4.2 —Complete 12 hours
course - Student Teaching in Math - You may take up to 12.0 credit hours 12.0
course - Academic Internship - Math - You may take up to 12.0 credit hours 12.0
Student teachers/interns must complete all required EPP assessments and paperwork in the Educator system.