B.A. - Mathematics - Secondary Ed -Track 2 - Degree Map

1st Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math 120 Calculus I - 5
  • Math 150 Liberal Arts Mathematics - 3
  • Eng 101 Comm. Arts I - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 3

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 121 Calculus II - 5
  • Math 205 Intro. to Statistical Methods - 3
  • Eng 102 Comm. Arts II - 3
  • Gen. Ed. - 4

2nd Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math 220 Multivariable Calculus**** - 4
  • ENG 226 Basic Grammar & History of English - 3
  • ED 200 Perspectives in Teaching & Learning - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 6

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 250 Intro. to Mathematical Thought - 3
  • Csci 205 Computer Science I * - 5
  • ENG 357 or 363 ** - 3
  • ED 220 The Exceptional Learner - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 3

3rd Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math 321 Linear Algebra**** - 3
  • Math 331 Modern Geometry*** - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 10

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 327 Differential Equations**** - 3
  • Math 335 History of Mathematics*** - 3
  • Math 471 Senior Capstone I - 1
  • Gen. Ed. - 3
  • Electives - 6
  • PLACE/Praxis II Exam

4th Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • MATH 472 Senior Capstone II - 1
  • ED 416 Secondary Class Instruction/Management - 2
  • ED 426 Secondary Ed. Practice and Assessment - 2
  • ED 429 Content Area Literacy - 2
  • ED 436L Field Experience Lab - 3
  • ED 340 Methods for Teaching Secondary Math - 3

Spring Semester / credits

  • ED 445 Student Teaching – Secondary - 15

Notes:

  • Students MUST complete all requirements of the Teacher Education Program to earn this degree. Students who do not successfully complete student teaching will NOT be awarded a degree.
  • * Students may be required to take Csci 104 BEFORE enrolling in Csci 205; Csci 205 is not a required course, but students are highly encouraged to take either Csci 202 or Csci 205 as one of the “Mathematics Electives” (see the degree plan for a full list of courses).
  • ** Students may complete 1-year of foreign language instead of ENG 357 or 363
  • *** MATH 331 and 335 are offered on a rotating basis, students/advisors should verify expected offering with the department chair.
  • **** Math 220, 321, and 327 are not required, rather they are courses selected from a larger menu (see the degree plan) but each is highly recommended.

This degree map may change at any time, and ASU does not guarantee its accuracy. Always consult with your major advisor before registering for courses. It is your responsibility to know the requirements for your degree.