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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Adolescence Education: Mathematics, B.S. - 4-Year Degree Map


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First Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
EDUC 1060 - Issues, Philosophy, and Foundations of Education   3   MATH 2240 - Calculus II   4
MATH 2230 - Calculus I   4   Foreign Language II 3
Foreign Language I  3   COMP 1000 - Composition   3
Gen Ed Elective 3   Gen Ed Elective 3
Gen Ed Elective 3   Gen Ed Elective 3
TOTAL 16   TOTAL 16

Second Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
EPSY 2050 - Adolescent Growth and Development   3   EDUC 2054 - Integrating Technology into the Curriculum: Middle and High School   3
MATH 2250 - Calculus III   4   EDUC 3001 - Diversity and Teaching   3
STAT 2610 - Probability and Statistical Inference   4   MATH 4210 - Modern Algebra and Theory of Equations I   3
Elective 3   MATH 2500 - Discrete Mathematical Structures   4
      Elective 3
TOTAL 14   TOTAL 16

Third Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
EDUC 3013 - Education Law Requirements   1   EDUC 3046 - Teaching Reading in Content Areas   3
EDUC 2046 - Development of Language and Adolescent Literacies   3   MATH 3230 - Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory I   3
EPSY 2075 - Psychological Foundations of Education: Learning and Motivation   3   MATH 4880 - Complex Analysis   4
MATH 3010 - History of Mathematics   3   MTHE 3020 - Math Ed Technology   3
MATH 4211 - Modern Algebra and Theory of Equations II   3      
Elective 3      
TOTAL 16   TOTAL 13

Fourth Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
EPSY 3029 - Survey of Exceptional Children   3   MTHE 4096 - Student Teaching in Secondary Mathematics   6
MATH 4350 - Modern Geometry I   3   MTHE 4096 - Student Teaching in Secondary Mathematics   6
MATH 4870 - Real Analysis   4   MTHE 4098 - Seminar in Middle and High School Mathematics Education   3
MTHE 4092 - Research, Theory and Practice in Middle and High School Mathematics Education   4      
TOTAL 14   TOTAL 15

Elective Key and Math Course Guidance


Gen Ed Elective: a course carrying one or more Gen Ed area attribute(s): Basic Communication (BC3), Mathematics (M3), American History (AM3), World Civilizations (OW3), Foreign Language (FL3), Social Sciences (SS3), Humanities (H3), The Arts (A3), Natural Sciences (NS3), Western Civilization (WC3). Elective courses and major courses carrying Gen Ed attributes apply toward SUNY Oneonta's Gen Ed requirements .

OCS Elective: any course that carries an Oral Communication Skills (OCS) attribute. 

Liberal Arts Elective: any course that carries a Liberal Arts (LA) attribute. SUNY Oneonta's minimum LA requirements  vary by degree award.

Upper Division Elective: any elective course numbered 3000 and above. All courses (required and elective) at this level apply toward SUNY Oneonta's upper division requirement .

Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective: any course numbered 3000 and above that carries a LA attribute.

Elective: any course outside the major. Electives apply toward the total credits required by a degree program. Electives may also be needed to satisfy other degree requirements , including the minimum number of credits outside the department of the major.

Math Course Guidance


SUNY Oneonta recognizes that students enter college with different math backgrounds. For guidance on the math course(s) most suited to your preparation and program of study, visit the College's Math Pathways site.

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