Graduates of this program earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics Education and a concurrent major in Mathematics. It prepares students to teach Mathematics in grades 6-12.
A concurrent major ensures that graduates are highly qualified teachers and will expand career possibilities.
A minimum of 120 hours are required to obtain a UW baccalaureate degree, though, each program’s hours will vary depending on major and additional options. All major courses must be passed with a grade of C or better. A minimum GPA of 2.75 in major content courses is required. A minimum of 42 credits must be upper-division.
An initial background check must be completed prior to starting any field or practicum experience. Student fees cover the cost of this initial background check so work with your College of Education advisor for details.
It is necessary to complete a minimum of 50 hours in math coursework. Work must include 27 credit hours of upper-division mathematics. The grade in each course of this 50-hour requirement must be C or better. A minimum GPA of 2.500 in major content courses is required.