Secondary Education B.S. (Applied Mathematics)
The B.S. in Secondary Education - Applied Mathematics concentration prepares students for rewarding positions as middle school or high school math teachers. Students combine foundational knowledge in advanced mathematics and statistics with a set of core experiences in professional education. A final component of the program is a student teaching internship. Graduates of the program are qualified to apply for state certification to teach mathematics in grades 7-12 in Pennsylvania.
E. Gregory Holdan, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Math Education
- 4-Year Course Plan
Freshman Year, Fall
Freshman Year, Spring
- CSEN1020 Argument and Research
- INFS1050 Fundamentals of Information Systems or INFS3220 Systems Analysis and Design or INFS2470 Decision Support Systems or EDUC2200 Technology for Teachers
- HIST1100 US History I or HIST1200 US History II
- MATH2170 Calculus w/ Analytic Geometry II
- EDUC2100 Educational Psychology
Sophomore Year, Fall
Sophomore Year, Spring
Junior Year, Fall
Junior Year, Spring
Senior Year, Fall
- Admission Requirements
To receive acceptance to Robert Morris University's education programs, students must meet one of the following sets of academic criteria listed here:
Additional admission requirements for RMU education programs are available on this page.
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:
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