We are pleased that you are preparing to be a teacher of mathematics or that you are a teacher of mathematics who is better preparing yourself!

At the undergraduate level, we have resources (advising guides, program plans, course rotations, etc.) for the following students:

  • Mathematics Education major preparing to be a high school mathematics teacher (BS in Mathematics Education)
  • Middle Grades major preparing to be middle grades mathematics teacher (24-hour Mathematics Concentration)
  • Education major in elementary, health, exercise science, or business concentrating in mathematics (18-hour Mathematics Concentration)
  • Elementary Education or Special Education major taking the mathematics component of their program (MATE 3050/51 and MATE 3060)
  • Teachers seeking add-on mathematics licensure,
  • Those with degrees planning to become a mathematics teacher through alternative licensure (e.g., licensure only or lateral entry)

At the graduate level, we have resources (advising guides, program plans, course offerings, etc.) for the following students:

  • Master of Arts in Education in Mathematics Education student completing the high school concentration
  • Master of Arts in Education in Mathematics Education student completing the elementary concentration
  • Certificate in Elementary Mathematics Education student completing the six-course sequence for add-on mathematics licensure
  • Those in other degree programs, like the MAEd in Middle Grades Education or Elementary Education, who want mathematics course work at their grade level