Mathematics Teaching Major

B.A. or B.S. degree program

B.S. degree program
I. General Education Required of Secondary and K-12 Teacher Education Students (see page 170 at http://catalog.lipscomb.edu)
II. Professional Education (see page 170 at http://catalog.lipscomb.edu)
III. Subject Matter Specialization

Base Courses in Computer Science (CSCI) Hours
1041 Computer Applications - Math/Science (1) - F, SP 1

 

Base Courses in Mathematics (MA) Hours
1141 Problem Solving - SP 1
1314 Calculus I (4) - F, SP 4
2103 Discrete Mathematics (3) - F, SP 3
2314 Calculus II (4) - F, SP 4
2324 Calculus III (4) - F, SP 4
2903 Logic, Proof, and Mathematical Modeling (3) - SP 3
3012 Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics (2) - SP 2
3123 Mathematical Theory of Statistics (3) - F (even-numbered years) 3
3213 Linear Algebra (3) - F (odd-numbered years) 3
4023 History of Mathematics (3) - SP (even-numbered years) 3
4113 Abstract Algebra (3) - SP (even-numbered years) 3
4153 Introduction to Higher Geometry (3) - SP (odd-numbered years) 3
4913 Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics - SP 3

 

Enrollment and a passing grade in Mathematics 2000 are required for four semesters.

Mathematics Teaching majors have a built-in minor and are not required to take another minor.