Mathematics Comprehensive Major: Secondary Licensure Emphasis

Program Requirements

This emphasis qualifies students for the State of Colorado License to teach Mathematics in junior high, middle school or high school. Students interested in pursuing this comprehensive program should consult with the Teacher Education Program advisor in addition to the advisor in their major as soon as possible. A minimum of 50 credits is required including the 25-credit Mathematics Core:

Mathematics Core
CS 190Computer Science I3
MATH 151Calculus I (GT-MA1)4
MATH 220Introduction to Advanced Mathematics3
MATH 251Calculus II4
MATH 260Applied Linear Algebra3
MATH 451Analysis I3
MATH 471Abstract Algebra I3
MATH 495Senior Seminar2
Total Credits25

And the courses listed below. In addition, the student must fulfill the requirements of the Secondary Licensure Program (see description under Education). 

MATH 213Probability and Statistics3
MATH 252Calculus III4
MATH 266Secondary Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective3
MATH 330Topics in Geometry3
MATH 360Linear Algebra3
MATH 366Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics3
MATH 370History of Mathematics3
MATH 300Introduction to Mathematical Modeling3
or MATH 313 Statistical Modeling and Simulation
Total Credits25