Teaching Licensure

In all cases, the content-area courses for licensure (mathematics, computer science, and/or data science) must be completed with a minimum average of 2.7 and a minimum grade of C in each course.

Requirements

The mathematics courses necessary for licensure to teach Adolescent to Young Adult (AYA) mathematics are the same as those required for the bachelor of arts major in teaching mathematics.

For Middle Childhood (MC) licensure, the mathematics curriculum content courses are:

  • The courses listed below
  • Three additional credits of CS, DATA, or MT courses
MT 135CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I

4

or

MT 133CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY IA

3

and

MT 134CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY IB

3

 

MT 175FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS

3

MT 224BASIC PROBABILITY

1

MT 241NUMERICAL AND ALGEBRAIC CONCEPTS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS

3

MT 251GEOMETRY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS

3

DATA 122ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

3

Alternatives to DATA 122 are: DATA 228, EC 210, or PO 105.

For Early Childhood (EC) licensure, the mathematics curriculum content courses are:

MT 175FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS

3

MT 176TOPICS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD MATH

4