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- Applied Mathematics, B.S.
- Mathematics, B.A.
- Mathematics Education (7-12), B.S.
- Mathematics Education (7-12; 5-6 Extension), B.S.
- Mathematics (Minor)
- 4+1 Undergraduate Math + PACM Graduate
- 4+1 Math Undergraduate + DSA Graduate
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- Applied Mathematics, B.S. Program Assessment (PDF)

- Graduate Programs
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The Mathematics Department offers courses at the graduate level that equip future mathematics teachers with a complete education.

Coursework encompasses algebra, geometry, probability, and number theory, as well as pedagogy, curriculum development, educational research, and teaching with technology. Students put theory to practice in a variety of classroom settings and complete a master's thesis or project.

In this section, visitors will find out more information on course offerings at the graduate level.

For a semeter-by-semester list of future graduate course offerings for Mathematics Education click here.

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