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Mathematical Sciences - Integrated Mathematics with Adolescent to Young Adult (Grades 7-12) Licensure BS


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This option within the bachelor of science in mathematical sciences program prepares you to be a teacher at the secondary level. Graduates have a broad background in the core of undergraduate mathematics and a firm foundation in professional education coursework, together with a strong general education component.

This degree also provides the broad quantitative skills that have allowed for careers in fields other than teaching high school mathematics, such as those associated with the generalist degree. Additionally, many graduates of this program return to Shawnee State to enroll in our completely online Masters of Science in Mathematics to earn the credential necessary to teach dual credit courses for college. 

Students in this program are strongly encouraged to meet, on a regular basis, with an advisor from both the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Department of Teacher Education.

Learning Outcomes

Students will use their proficiency in statistics and mathematics to do the following:

  1. Formulate and solve problems in the mathematical sciences.
  2. Communicate advanced mathematics.
  3. Prove mathematical statements. 

Degree Requirements


General Education Program 28 Hours
 
  • PSYC 1101 meets the Human Behavior component of the GEP.
  • EDUC 1115 meets the Oral Communication component of the GEP.  
  • EDUC 2245 meets the Engaged Citizenry component of the GEP.
  • The Quantitative Reasoning component is also satisfied by the requirements of the degree.

Further information is listed in the General Education Program  or can be obtained from the dean’s office.

 
First Year Experience: University Foundations 1 Hour
Mathematical Sciences Core 34 Hours
Math. Education Concentration 9 Hours
Computer Science Elective 3 Hours
Related Studies 9 Hours
Professional Education Core 18 Hours
Adolescent/Young Adult Courses 23 Hours
   
Total Hours Required 125 Hours

First Year Experience: University Foundations (1 Hour)


This course is required for all freshman students enrolled Fall 2016 or later.  It is also listed in the GEP.

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