2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Apr 20, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Foundational Mathematics, BS

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Traditional Major Program Requirements (58-59 units)

The Foundational Mathematics major is designed for students who plan to teach mathematics in a single subject classroom, up through but not including calculus or Advanced Placement mathematics courses at the secondary level.

Subject Matter Preparation Program in Mathematics

The Single Subject Matter Preparation (SSMP) Program in Mathematics consists of approved mathematics courses selected to provide undergraduate students the academic background necessary to qualify them to teach mathematics in grades seven through twelve. To obtain a Single Subject Credential in Mathematics the student must:

  1. Obtain an undergraduate degree.
  2. Demonstrate subject competence in mathematics in one of two ways: Earn a passing score on a mathematics examination that has been adopted by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) or complete a commission approved SSMP program. The SSMP Program from CBU is an approved CTC program.
  3. Complete a teaching credential program.

Students interested in the Subject Matter Preparation Program should contact their Faculty Advisor in the Mathematics Department. Students seeking a teaching credential should contact the Teacher Education Credential Program within the School of Education. (Also see the Single Subject Credential  section for the Professional Methods Program for Single Subject Credential Students.) 

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