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Students may combine a middle school program in Mathematics 5-9 with (1) the Elementary Education Program; or (2) a specialization for grades 5-9; or (3) a specialization for grades 5-Adult.
The degree of Bachelor of Science in Education, with certification to teach mathematics, requires successful completion of 120 semester hours, including (1) the Program of General Studies ; (2) the Professional Education Component; and (3) the requirements associated with one of the mathematics certifications:
Not a Stand-Alone Field
A 2.50 Grade Point Average Required (A grade of “C” or better required in each course)
*MATH 103 and/or MATH 104 will be waived for those students establishing “equivalent proficiency” as defined by the Department of Mathematics .
**MATH 103 , and MATH 305 require a grade of ‘C” or better.