It is assumed that a student has completed at least the mathematics portion of the common core requirement listed on the undergraduate home page, or their equivalent.

Upper Division Core Requirements: MATH 320, MATH 340, MATH 350, MATH 351, MATH 360, MATH 382/L, MATH 462, MATH 493

Upper Division Elective Courses:

In addition, the student must select (with the consent of the advisor) at least 3 elective courses chosen from the following list:

MATH 366, MATH 370, MATH 440A/B, MATH 450, MATH 455, MATH 460, MATH 463, MATH 470, MATH 480, MATH 481A/B, MATH 483, MATH 494 or appropriate graduate courses. Students planning to go into a graduate program must take MATH 450, MATH 455, and MATH 460.

It is assumed that a student has completed at least the mathematics portion of the common core requirement listed on the undergraduate home page, or their equivalent. In addition students must complete PHIL 230.

Upper Division Core Requirements:

MATH 320, MATH 341, MATH 350, MATH 360, MATH 370, MATH 382/L, MATH 391, MATH 490

Upper Division Elective Courses: In addition, the student must select (with the consent of the advisor) at least 5 elective courses chosen from the following list:

MATH 366, MATH 370, MATH 441, MATH 450, MATH 455, MATH 460, MATH 462, MATH 463, MATH 470, MATH 480, MATH 481A/B, MATH 483

Students who meet the eligibility requirements can enter either the Four-Year Integrated Mathematics (FYI-Math) Teacher Credential Program or the Junior-Year Integrated Mathematics (JYI-Math) Teacher Credential Program, in which students earn both a Bachelor’s Degree and a Preliminary Single Subject Credential and are qualified to teach full-time upon graduation.

- The Four-Year Integrated Mathematics (FYI-Math) Teacher Credential Program incorporates the requirements for a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics (Secondary Teaching Option) with the requirements for General Education, Title 5 and the Preliminary Single Subject Credential in Mathematics. For more information, click here.
- The Junior-Year Integrated Mathematics (JYI-Math) Teacher Credential Program begins in the junior year for students who apply and have been accepted to the Program. JYI-Math integrates undergraduate subject matter knowledge with teacher education content and leads to both a B.A. Degree in Mathematics and a Preliminary Single Subject Credential in Mathematics. For more information, click here.