# Mathematics Education 7-12 (BS)

Health Sciences and Professional Programs

General Education Requirements**HEGIS Number:** 1701

- Info
- The Online Bulletin is for information purposes only. Current students must complete the requirements as outlined in the York Bulletin as applicable.

- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin

## Mathematics Education 7 - 12 BS | 43 | |
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MATH119 | Computer Algebra System | 1 |

MATH121 | Analytical Geometry & Calculus I | 4 |

or | ||

MATH184 | Analytical Geometry & Calculus I | 4 |

MATH122 | Analytical Geometry & Calculus II | 4 |

MATH221 | Analytical Geometry & Calculus III | 4 |

MATH210 | Probability and Statistics I | 4 |

MATH225 | Discrete Mathematical Structures | 4 |

MATH243 | Combinatorial and Discrete Geometry | 3 |

or | ||

MATH244 | Geometric Structures | 4 |

MATH333 | Linear Algebra | 4 |

MATH336 | Modern Algebra | 4 |

MATH479 | History and Philosophy of Mathematics | 1 |

MATH481-489 | One seminar in Contemporary Mathematics | 1 |

4 Credits in Math or Computer Science 200 level or above | 4 | |

## Education Course Requirements | 26 | |

Foundations Sequence | 12 | |

EDUC271 | Adolescent and Youth Development | 3 |

EDUC283 | Educational Psychology:Effective Teaching and Learning | 4 |

EDUC230 | Teaching with Multimedia Technology* | 2 |

Choose one of the following | 3 | |

PHIL202 | Major Ideas and Issues in Education | 3 |

SOC202 | Major Ideas and Issues in Education | 3 |

## Professional Education Sequence | 6 | |

EDUC340 | Literacy Instruction inside Middle and Secondary Schools | 3 |

EDUC373 | Curriculum and Methods in the Secondary School: Mathematics | 3 |

EDUC395 | Curriculum and Methods in Subject Specific (K-12) Education I: Learning Goals and Assessments | 3 |

## Student Teaching and Student Teaching Seminar | 8 | |

EDUC440 | Supervised Student Teaching, Mathematics, Grades 7-9 | 4 |

EDUC441 | Supervised Student Teaching, Mathematics, Grades 10-12 | 4 |

**Additional Mathematics Requirements**

To fulfill their major requirements, all mathematics majors must complete five credits of natural science courses that are acceptable for the respective science majors. These courses also satisfy the General Education Requirement for Mathematics majors. Students interested in pursuing graduate study in Mathematics are also advised to take Advanced Calculus I (Math 423), Advanced Calculus II (Math 424), Complex Analysis (Math 425), and Topology (Math 426).