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2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

PDF of Mathematics Education, B.S.

Mathematics

Faculty

Christopher Brown, Thomas Dunn, Todd Frauenholtz, Heidi Hansen, Colleen Livingston, Eric Lund, Francois Neville, Glen Richgels, Jason Schultz, Patricia Snell, Derek Webb, Marty Wolf

Programs

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
HS 348
Phone: (218) 755-2880
Fax: (218) 755-2822

Professional Education

Faculty

Norma Altmann-Bergseth, Keith Anderson, Julie Barkley, Brittany Bauernschmitt, Heather Bednarek, David Benson, Claire Berg, Jennifer Blickenstaff, Ashley Boeyink, Tricia Boltmann, Maureen Bonacci, Danielle Boser, Laurine Braukmann, Pamela Bruhn, Shannon Burns, Chelsie Cabak, Porter Coggins, Linda Colburn, Lori Dierks, Stephanie Erickson, Steven Erickson, Lanette Faul, Timothy Goodwin, Laura Greene, Maren Hackbarth, Cynthia Hanson, Laura Hayward, Debbi Homola, Rita Karsten, Lisa Krall, Katie LaPointe, Cynthia Larson, Janne Lillestol, Stacy Lindahl, Kari Lohn, Katie Mannella, Melissa Maschke-Jordan, Brenda Mattei, Becky Michaletz, Lisa Mickle, Marybeth Miller, Thomas Miller, Elaine Mitzel, Bob Murphy, Kris Nei, Michelle Nelson, Sonia OBryan, Judy Olson, Sheila Opsal, Molly Pavleck, Jessamay Pesek, Keith Peterson, Roxanne Pickle, Maggie Pistner, Michael Rademacher, Jeremy Reichel, Rebecca Reinarz, Tricia Rutz, Sarah Samuelson, Julianne Schacht, Dawn Schindeldecker, Krisdena Schroeder, Janet Shepherd, Michael Urban, Janine Wahl, Vanessa Waldahl, Melissa Weinand, Kerry White, Miriam White, Tracy Zahnow

Programs

Department of Professional Education
BE 339
Phone: (218) 755-3734
Fax: (218) 755-3787

Mathematics Education, B.S. major

The Mathematics Bachelor of Science (Teacher Licensure) follows the guidelines of the National Council of Teacher of Mathematics for undergraduate programs for teachers of mathematics. Students majoring in this degree should also check the Professional Education requirements found in Professional Education: Secondary.


Note: If the student’s high school mathematics courses and/or the Mathematics Placement Test indicate a lack of readiness for calculus, the student will be placed in one of the following precalculus sequences: MATH 1470; or MATH 1170 and MATH 1180; or MATH 1170 and MATH 1470. Students who need to take more than one course in preparation for calculus may not be able to complete this program without exceeding 120 credits.

Required Credits: 76
Required GPA: 2.50

I REQUIRED CORE COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

II REQUIRED ELECTIVES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SELECT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SELECT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

III REQUIRED CONCENTRATION, SECOND EDUCATION MAJOR OR MIDDLE LEVEL ENDORSEMENT

COMPLETE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:

 

Note: If taken under II. above, MATH 3067 or STAT 3631 may be used to meet this requirement.

A. APPLIED MATHEMATICS/ CALCULUS CONCENTRATION
COMPLETE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

B. COMPUTER SCIENCE CONCENTRATION
COMPLETE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:


C. MIDDLE LEVEL MATHEMATICS CONCENTRATION
COMPLETE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

D. STATISTICS CONCENTRATION
COMPLETE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

E: COMPLETE A SECONDARY EDUCATION MAJOR
(OTHER THAN MATHEMATICS)

F: COMPLETE A MIDDLE LEVEL ENDORSEMENT
(OTHER THAN MATHEMATICS)

REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

COMPLETE 12 CREDITS OF THE FOLLOWING COURSE