









a. 
The following courses outside the Department of Mathematics (19 to 23 credits): 


(1) 
One course of at least 3 credits in biological science, entomology, Microbiology, physiology, plant biology, or integrative biology. At least 2 credits in laboratory in biological science, chemistry, microbiology, physics, physiology, plant biology, or integrative biology. This requirement is met by fulfilling the course requirements in item 3. a. (2) (c) below and 1 additional credit if not taking CEM 185H. 


(2) 
One course from each of the following groups (8 or 10 credits): 



(a) 
CEM 
141 
General Chemistry 
4 



CEM 
151 
General and Descriptive Chemistry 
4 



CEM 
181H 
Honors Chemistry I 
4 



LB 
171 
Principles of Chemistry I 
4 


(b) 
CEM 
142 
General and Inorganic Chemistry 
3 



CEM 
152 
Principles of Chemistry 
3 



CEM 
182H 
Honors Chemistry II 
4 



LB 
172 
Principles of Chemistry II 
3 


(c) 
CEM 
161 
Chemistry Laboratory I 
1 



CEM 
185H 
Honors Chemistry Laboratory I 
2 



LB 
171L 
Introductory Chemistry Laboratory I 
1 


(d) 
One of the following groups of courses (8 to 10 credits): 




(i) 
PHY 
183 
Physics for Scientists and Engineers I 
4 




PHY 
184 
Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 
4 



(ii) 
PHY 
193H 
Honors Physics I – Mechanics 
4 




PHY 
294H 
Honors Physics II – Electromagnetism 
4 



(iii) 
LB 
273 
Physics I 
4 




LB 
274 
Physics II 
4 



(iv) 
PHY 
173 
Physics I 
5 




PHY 
174 
Physics II 
5 
b. 
The following courses in the Department of Mathematics (33 to 37 credits): 


(1) 
One course from each of the following two groups (7 or 8 credits): 



(a) 
MTH 
132 
Calculus I 
3 



MTH 
152H 
Honors Calculus 
3 



LB 
118 
Calculus I 
4 


(b) 
MTH 
133 
Calculus II 
4 



LB 
119 
Calculus II 
4 

(2) 
One of the following courses (4 credits): 



MTH 
234 
Multivariable Calculus 
4 


MTH 
254H 
Honors Multivariable Calculus 
4 


LB 
220 
Calculus III 
4 

(3) 
One of the following two groups of courses (4 or 7 credits): 



(a) 
MTH 
299 
Transitions 
4 



MTH 
309 
Linear Algebra I 
3 


(b) 
MTH 
317H 
Honors Linear Algebra 
4 

(4) 
All of the following courses (12 credits): 



MTH 
304 
Algebra and Calculus for Secondary Education 
3 


MTH 
305 
Discrete and Computational Mathematics for Secondary Education 
3 


MTH 
330 
Higher Geometry 
3 


MTH 
396 
Capstone in Mathematics for Secondary Education (W) 
3 

(5) 
One of the following courses (3 credits): 



MTH 
310 
Abstract Algebra I and Number Theory 
3 


MTH 
418H 
Honors Algebra I 
3 

(6) 
One of the following courses (3 credits): 



MTH 
320 
Analysis I 
3 


MTH 
327H 
Honors Introduction to Analysis 
3 
c. 
The following computational and statistics courses from outside the Department of Mathematics (7 credits): 


(1) 
One of the following courses (4 credits): 



CMSE 
201 
Computational Modeling and Data Analysis I 
4 


CSE 
231 
Introduction to Programming I 
4 

(2) 
The following course (3 credits): 



STT 
430 
Introduction to Probability and Statistics 
3 
d. 
The following Professional Education Courses in the Department of Teacher Education (36 credits): 


(1) 
All of the following courses from the shared professional sequence (18 credits): 



CEP 
240 
Diverse Learners in Multicultural Perspective 
3 


TE 
101 
Social Foundations of Justice and Equity in Education 
3 


TE 
102 
Pedagogy and Politics of Justice and Equity in Education 
3 


TE 
150 
Reflections on Learning 
3 


TE 
302 
Literacy and Adolescent Learners in School and Community Contexts 
3 


TE 
341 
Teaching and Learning of (Bi)Multilingual Learners 
3 

(2) 
All of the following courses from the subjectspecific professional sequence (18 credits): 



TE 
314 
Clinical Experiences in Mathematics Education I 
3 


TE 
414 
Clinical Experiences in Mathematics Education II 
3 


TE 
415 
Seminar in Mathematics Education I 
3 


TE 
416 
Seminar in Mathematics Education II 
3 


TE 
417 
Student Teaching Internship in Mathematics Education 
6 