Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Education option
The B.S. in Mathematics with Education option provides students a solid foundation in mathematics and provides all coursework needed for teacher certification at the Secondary level. In addition to having a faculty advisor from mathematics, students will also work with the School of Education on specific requirements regarding teacher certification.
Course requirements for this degree plan include:
- 27 credits of Mathematics Professional Courses listed below except students can choose between MATH 3553 and MATH 4083 plus 4 additional Math electives (12 credits) at the 3000 level and above
- 25 credits of Tulsa curriculum Block I, II and III courses (NOTE: This major requires 2 Block III courses including 1 with a laboratory)
- 9 credits including ENGL 1033, Exposition and Argumentation; Engl 3003, Writing for the Profession and CS 1043 or 2503
- 31 credits of Education coursework including:
- EDUC 1011, EDUC 2104, EDUC 3713, EDUC 3733, EDUC 4214, EDUC 4013, EDUC 4971, EDUC 4626, and EDUC 4636
- 20 credits of General Electives
124 credits required for degree
To become a candidate for a degree in mathematics, a student must complete all mathematics courses in the curriculum with a grade-point average of at least 2.0, and earn a 2.0 or better overall.
Please note that students are required to follow the course balance sheet on which they enrolled. This may vary from the information reflected on this site. Students should contact the College of Engineering & Natural Sciences' Advising Office for a copy of their active balance sheets.