Mathematics - Secondary Licensure
For students interested in teaching at the high school level, we recommend they pursue our:
And then take the necessary course work from the department of teacher education (including student teaching) to obtain licensure:
Alternative Licensure (Track 2)
We offer an alternate route toward secondary licensure.
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.
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).