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B.S., College of Education and Human Services

Bachelor of Science Degree

NOTE:  Expect significant changes in the College of Education and Human Services programs because of significant changes in State of Illinois licensure requirements soon to be implemented.

University Core Curriculum Requirements to include ENGL 101 & 102, PSYC 102, Math 300I (411)

Requirements for major in Mathematics (461)

Content Courses (421)

  • Math 150, 221, 250, and 251 or 305 (141)
  • Computer Science 202 or approved substitute (4)
  • Math 302, 319, 335, 349, 352 and 483 (19)
  • At least 2 additional approved 400-level mathematics courses (6)

 Methods Course (4)

  • Math 311

Professional Education and Licensure Requirements (341)

  • Professional Education Requirements (28)
  • Education 308, 311, 313, 314, 316, 317, 401A
  • EDUC 210, as prerequisite for admission to TEP (3)
  • CI 360 (3)

1 Three hours of mathematics course work required for the major and 9 hours of coursework required for admission to the TEP are included in the Core Curriculum Requirement

Teacher Education Program in Mathematics: Unconditional admission to the Teacher Education Program requires a 2.5 average in math 150, 221, 250 and 251 or 305 (in addition to College of Education and Human Resources requirements). Retention in the Teacher Education Program and approval for student teaching requires a 2.75 average in the major and departmental approval.

Mathematics majors are required to meet with a departmental advisor for approval of their courses prior to registering each semester.

Mathematics Curricular Guide

FIRST YEAR

FALL

SPRING

 

SECOND YEAR

FALL

SPRING

MATH 150, 250

4

4

 

MATH 305 or 251, CS 202

3

4

ENGL 101, 102

3

3

 

MATH 302, 483

3

4

Science core1, PSYC 102

3

3

 

Human health1, Elective

2

1

Science Core1, MATH 221

3

3

 

SPCM 101

3

-

UCOL101, Humanities Core1

3

3

 

EDUC 210, Fine Arts1

3

3

 

 

 

 

EDUC 314, EDUC 311

2

3

     Total

16

16

 

     Total

16

15

THIRD YEAR

FALL

SPRING

 

FOURTH YEAR

FALL

SPRING

MATH 300i 1, 352

3

3

 

MATH 311

4

-

MATH 349, 335

3

3

 

MATH 400-level2

3

-

EDUC 313, 308

3

3

 

MATH 400-level2

3

-

Humanities Core, EDUC 316

3

3

 

EDUC 317, 401

2

12

CI 360, Multicultural1

3

3

 

MATH 319

3

-

     Total

15

15

 

     Total

15

12

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1Consult with College of Education and Human Services academic advisor for appropriate course

2Must be approved by mathematics department advisor.