Mathematics

 

B.S. in Mathematical Sciences with Teaching Certification


Following are sample curricula for meeting the degree requirements in eight semesters. There are three versions; all assume that the student begins his or her studies in the Fall. Version A assumes that the student is well-prepared enough to take Calculus I in the Fall of his or her first year. Version B assumes that the student takes Precalculus in the Fall of his or her first year. Version C assumes that the student begins with College Algebra in the Fall of his or her first year.  For Version C, MATH 1161 (Calculus I) must be taken during the summer after the first year.

Remember: These are only samples to aid in planning your own course work.

Disclaimer: The information contained here is not official. Official information is contained in your AASU Catalog. Availability of particular courses in a given semester cannot be guaranteed.

Version A: Calculus I in Fall of first year
Version B: Precalculus in Fall of first year
Version C: College Algebra in Fall of first year
 


 

Version A : Calculus I in Fall of first year

 

First Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 1161
  • EDUC 2110
  • ENGL 1101
  • Social Science 1
  • Ethics
  • FY Seminar *
  • MATH 2072
  • EDUC 2120
  • ENGL 1102
  • Social Science 2
  • Fine Arts
Second Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 2083
  • EDUC 3100
  • Lab Science 1
  • CSCI 1301
  • Language, Literature, or Philosophy
  • MATH 2160
  • MATH 3000
  • EDUC 2130
  • Lab Science 2
  • Social Science 3
Third Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 3110
  • STAT 3211
  • Math Elective 1
  • EDUC 3200
  • Global Perspectives
  • PE Activity 1
  • MATH 3932
  • MATH 5160U or 5700U
  • EDUC 3300
  • MGSE 3400
  • Social Science 4
  • PE Activity 2
Fourth Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 3360
  • MATH 5412U
  • Math Elective 2
  • MGSE 3750
  • Free Elective
  • PE Activity 3
  • MATH 4750 (Student Teaching)
* Beginning in Fall 2013

 

Version B : Precalculus in Fall of first year

 

First Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 1113
  • EDUC 2110
  • ENGL 1101
  • Social Science 1
  • Global Perspectives
  • FY Seminar *
  • MATH 1161
  • EDUC 2120
  • ENGL 1102
  • Social Science 2
  • Fine Arts
Second Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 2072
  • EDUC 2130
  • CSCI 1301
  • Lab Science 1
  • Ethics
  • MATH 2083
  • MATH 3000
  • EDUC 3100
  • Lab Science 2
  • Language, Literature or Philosophy
Third Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 2160
  • MATH 3110
  • STAT 3211
  • EDUC 3200
  • Social Science 3
  • PE Activity 1
  • MATH 3932
  • MATH 5160U or 5700U
  • EDUC 3300
  • MGSE 3400
  • Social Science 4
  • PE Activity 2
Fourth Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 3360
  • MATH 5412U
  • Math Elective 1
  • Math Elective 2
  • MGSE 3750
  • PE Activity 3
  • MATH 4750 (Student Teaching)
* Beginning in Fall 2013

 

Version C : College Algebra in Fall of first year

 

First Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 1111
  • EDUC 2110
  • ENGL 1101
  • Social Science 1
  • Global Perspectives
  • PE Activity 1
  • FY Seminar *
  • MATH 1113
  • EDUC 2120
  • ENGL 1102
  • Social Science 2
  • Fine Arts
  • PE Activity 2
Summer Term
  • MATH 1161
  • PE Activity 3
Second Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 2072
  • EDUC 2130
  • CSCI 1301
  • Lab Science 1
  • Ethics
  • MATH 2083
  • MATH 3000
  • EDUC 3100
  • Lab Science 2
  • Language, Literature, or Philosophy
Third Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 2160
  • MATH 3110
  • STAT 3211
  • EDUC 3200
  • Social Science 3
  • MATH 3932
  • MATH 5160U or 5700U
  • EDUC 3300
  • MGSE 3400
  • Social Science 4
Fourth Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MATH 3360
  • MATH 5412U
  • MGSE 3750
  • Math Elective 1
  • Math Elective 2
  • MATH 4750 (Student Teaching)
* Beginning in Fall 2013