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2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics for Educators, B.S.


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General Education Requirements

In order to graduate on-schedule without taking additional courses, it is highly recommended that students meet with an Undergraduate Academic Adviser concerning the selection of all of their general education courses.

Each candidate for an Oakland University baccalaureate will need to satisfactorily complete approved courses in each of the following areas: Foundation, Exploration, Integration, Writing, U.S. Diversity and Capstone. For details, refer to the General Education Requirements  section of the catalog.

Requirements for the Mathematics for Educators, B.S.

The Bachelor of Science at the undergraduate level is intended for students interested in pursuing a state teacher certification at the 5-9 and 7-12 grade bands.

1. Students in this program must complete the requirements for a BS degree in the
College of Arts and Sciences and concurrently fulfill the requirements listed below.

2. No single major course grade may be below C. Successful completion of WRT 1060  and SED 1000  with a grade of B or better.

3. Students interested in continuing towards a secondary education certification will transition into the Mathematics for Educators, B.S./Teaching in Secondary Education, MAT, Combined B.S./MAT  . At the undergraduate level, the Combined BS/MAT program allows students to apply for and receive delayed admission into the MAT program. Further details on program admission requirements and procedures can be found by consulting advisers in the Department of Mathematics and the School of Education and Human Services advising office at 363 Pawley Hall, (248) 370-4182, or the School of Education and Human Services website.

2. Required mathematics courses


Each course must be completed with a grade of C or better.

3. Required CSI course


4. Required education course


5. Complete 12 elective credits


Delayed admission into the MAT program permits students to substitute the 12 elective credits for four graduate level courses, SED 5000, SED 5100, SED 5110 and SED 5150, while still an undergraduate and pay undergraduate tuition rates.

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