Why Study Mathematics Teacher Education?
General Education Requirements: 39 hoursFull Program Requirements
Required Courses: 78 hours
Upper Division Courses: 42 hours
Total: 120 hours
The curriculum for the College of Arts and Sciences undergraduate major in Mathematics with a teacher education concentration provides a balance between theoretical and applied study, with the general objective of providing students with a substantial and broad background in mathematics that affords opportunities to develop skills in logical thinking, problem analysis, problem-solving, and computer usage for students interested in a career in teaching Mathematics at the secondary level.
Reach your career goals.
This program approved by the Illinois State Board of Education, leads to the Initial Secondary License qualifying students to teach Secondary Mathematics. Students who major in mathematics with a concentration in secondary education may obtain an endorsement that prepares them for teaching in the middle school.