The following components are required in all degrees:
General education, major, minor, and validation of completion of:
overall semester hours - 120
institutional semester hours - 45
overall advanced hours - 18
institutional advanced hours - 24
Required General Education courses:
This degree prepares students for a career teaching mathematics in grades 7-12. Students are prepared for the TExES Mathematics 7-12 Exam, the state exam for teacher certification in mathematics grades 7-12.
Mathematics certification candidates may also add ESL, special education or bilingual certification to their degree plan.