B.A. Mathematics 2006-07 Catalog
Secondary Licensure - Track 2

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Note: This emphasis exceeds the necessary coursework to meet the "highly qualified" requirement as set forth by the State of Colorado. It does not, however, meet the recommendations of the Mathematical Association of America for someone pursuing a career as a high school teacher (9-12), nor does it meet the requirements for secondary licensure in all states (i.e. a true B.A. in Mathematics).

This degree track is designed to meet the needs of middle school teachers,would provide adequate preparation for a high school teacher in a rural environment, and exceeds the 24-credit hours of content benchmark set by the State of Colorado for secondary licensure.

  1. Completion of the following required courses or their equivalent:

Course Hours Semester Grade
MATH 120 - Single Variable Calculus I 5
MATH 121 - Single Variable Calculus II 5
MATH 150 - Liberal Arts Mathematics 3
MATH 205 - Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
MATH 250 - Introduction to Mathematical Thought 3
MATH 331 - Modern Geometry 3
MATH 335 - History of Mathematics 3
MATH 403 - Senior Assessment 2

  1. Plus a minimum of 6 credits selected from the following list of Mathematics Electives (no more than 1 course can be a computer programming class.):

CSCI 150 - Programming in Basic CSCI 208 - Computer Science I
MATH 140 - Geometry with Technology MATH 210 - C++ for Scientists and Engineers
MATH 220 - Multivariable Calculus MATH 321 - Linear Algebra
MATH 322 - Algebraic Structures I MATH 327 - Differential Equations
MATH 330 - Numerical Analysis MATH 340 - Probability and Statistics
MATH 420 - Advanced Analysis I MATH 430 - Complex Analysis

Table of Mathematics Electives:

Course Hours Semester Grade



  1. Students must complete all Department of Teacher Education requirements for Licensure:


Students must complete a minimum of 42 upper division (300-400 level) hours:

Number of 300 - 400 level academic hours completed __________________

Number of 300 - 400 level academic hours in progress __________________

Students must complete a minimum of 120 academic hours (excluding P.E. hours):

Total number of academic hours completed (excluding P.E. hours)_______________________

Total number of academic hours in progress (excluding P.E. hours)_______________________


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Department of Chemistry, Computer Science & Mathematics
208 Edgemont Boulevard Alamosa, CO 81102 Fax: (719) 587-7242 Phone: (719) 587-7504