To qualify for a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics-Teaching Option, a student must satisfactorily complete with a grade of C or better each of the following courses in the suggested four-year schedule. Changes from the standard program must be approved by the department. 

Freshman Year

50: 640: 121,122 Calculus I, II (4,4)
50: 960: 183 Elementary Applied Statistics or 50:960:185 Introduction to Data Science (3)

Sophomore Year

50: 640: 221 Calculus III (4)
50: 640: 250 Introduction to Linear Algebra or 50:640:253 Linear Algebra with Applications (3)
50: 640: 314 Elementary Differential Equations (3)
50: 640: 300 Mathematical Reasoning with Proofs (3)

Junior Year

50: 640: 311 Advanced Calculus I (3)
50: 640: 356 Theory of Numbers (3)
50: 640: 351 Introduction to Modern Algebra I (3)
50:640:331: Probability and Stochastic Processes (3)

Senior Year 

50: 640: 435 Geometry (3)
50:640:465 Methods in Teaching Mathematics or 56:300:510 Teaching Method I (3)
50: 640: 491 or 492 Mathematics Seminar (3)
50:960:481 Mathematical Statistics or 50:645:563 Statistical Reasoning (3)


Up to 9 credits from the following courses can count toward the Master of Arts in Teaching program: 50:640:300, 50:640:311, 50:960:481/50:645:563, 50:640:435, and 50:640:465. This accelerated “4+1” combined BA in Mathematics-Teaching Option and Master of Arts in Teaching program enables students to obtain New Jersey instructional certificates in five years.  

Fifth Year

Courses offered by Teacher Preparation Program:

Psychological Foundations of Learning (3)
Managing Student Behaviors (3)
Teaching Methods I or Methods in Teaching Mathematics (3)
Clinical Practice I (3)

Exceptionalities (3)
Professional Responsibility (3)
Clinical Practice II (3)