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Students may complete a single field in Mathematics 5-Adult; however, it is highly recommended that this field be combined with at least one other field.
**MATH 103 and/or MATH 104 will be waived for those students establishing nequivalent proficiencyo as defined by the Department of Mathematics (Mathematics ACT 25 or 28).
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:
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 .
**Note: Either MATH 110 or MATH 220 is a prerequisite for MATH 305 .
Highly Recommended: MATH 451 , Advanced Calculus (3 hrs.) and PHYS 101 -PHYS 102 or PHYS 201 -PHYS 202 (8 hrs.)