Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Emphasis in Mathematics Education
This emphasis allows students with a strong interest in mathematics and an interest in teaching in the secondary schools to be prepared for both graduate school in mathematics and admission into the Single Subject Teaching Credential program. This degree also prepares with options to teach at the community college level.
All candidates for a teaching credential must complete all requirements as outlined in this section of the catalog under Dual Language and English Learner Education or Teacher Education.
Preparation for the major (2526 units)
Must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better, and cannot be taken for credit/no credit (Cr/NC). The cumulative GPA in Mathematics 245, 252, and 254 must be a C+ (2.3) or better.
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Major (37+ units)
A minimum of 37 upper division units in mathematics, approved by the adviser for the major.
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Other requirements
Auxiliary Area.
A minimum of nine lower or upper division units of teachingrelated electives are
required from an area that will enhance understanding of teaching or applications
of teaching mathematics. Elective courses include, for example, Physics, Chemistry,
or Computer Science. All programs must be approved by the adviser.
Master Plan.
A master plan of the courses taken to fulfill the major must be approved by the adviser
and filed with the major department.