Prerequisites for Initial Licensure in Secondary Mathematics

Semester-Based Courses (29 credits)

Foundations Courses (12 credits)

EdHD 5001 Learning, Cognition, and Assessment in the Schools (3cr.)

EdHD 5003 Development and Individual Differences in Educational Contexts) (3 cr.)

EdHD 5005 School and Society (2 cr.)

EdHD 5007 Technology for Teaching and Learning (1.5 cr.)

EdHD 5009 Human Relations: Applied Skills for School and Society (1 cr.)

PubH 3003/5003    Fundamentals of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (1.5 cr.)

Major Courses (17 credits)

MthE 5011 Arithmetic Structures in School Mathematics (3 cr.)

MthE 5021 Algebraic Structures in School Mathematics (3 cr.)

MthE 5031 Geometric Structures in School Mathematics (3 cr.)

MthE 5696 Student Teaching in Mathematics (8 cr.)

State of Minnesota Secondary License Granted Upon Successful completion

Mathematics Prerequisites for Initial Licensure in Secondary Mathematics*

Semester-Based Courses

  1. Calculus Sequence (must take all listed)

    1. Math 1271 Calculus I

    2. Math 1272 Calculus II

    3. Math 2243 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

    4. Math 2263 Multivariable Calculus

    5. Math 2283 or Math 3283 Sequences, Series, and Foundations

  2. Advanced Linear Algebra (minimum one course)

    1. Math 4242 Applied Linear Algebra

    2. Math 5285 Honors: Fundamental Structures of Algebra I

  3. Discrete Mathematics (minimum one course)

    1. Math 5707 Combinatorics B

    2. Math 5705 Combinatorics A

  4. Geometry (minimum one course)

    1. Math 5335 Geometry I

    2. Math 5336 Geometry II

  5. Probability (minimum one course that has a calculus prerequisite)

    1. Math 5651 or Stat 5101 Basic Theory of Probability and Statistics

*Some of these courses may also apply toward the required mathematics sequence for the M.S. in Mathematics with emphasis in Mathematics Education.

Computer Science Prerequisites for Initial Licensure in Secondary Mathematics

(minimum one course using a high-level programming language)

CSci 1103 Introduction to Computer Programming in Java

CSci 1113 Introduction to C/C++ Programming for Scientists and Engineers