Dr. Ron Preston
MSITE Director of Students
352E Flanagan Building
Middle Grades Education majors choose two academic concentrations from
four choices: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
Each concentration consists of 24 hours of course work. The 24-hour
Mathematics Concentration is a popular choice for at least two reasons:
(1) middle grades mathematics teachers are in the greatest demand of the
four concentrations and (2) 18 hours of the course work is specifically
designed for teachers. These courses focus on multiple ways to solve
problems, various types of mathematical representations, common student
errors within the particular course topic, and opportunities to use
tools (manipulatives, technology, etc.) to investigate mathematics. Of
the two MATH courses in the concentration, one of them is the required
Foundations Curriculum course.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
(The above documents are provided and updated regularly by the
COE Academic Success Center.)
You are almost finished with your Concentration in Middle Grades Education! Please check-in with your advisor in your program area to make sure that you have everything that you need in order to graduate.