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The B.A. in Mathematics requires the completion of sixteen courses and is intended for students planning a career in early childhood, elementary, secondary, or special education.
Typically taken Freshmen and Sophomore Years
Typically taken Junior or Senior Years
CSC 384 - Theory of Computation
CSC 393 - Numerical Analysis
Students who pursue the B.A. in Mathematics will fulfill their Senior Capstone requirement by successful completion of the student teaching practicum.
EDU 433 - Practicum: Moderate Disabilities PreK-8 Level OR
EDU 435 - Practicum: Elementary Education OR
EDU 437 - Practicum: Secondary Education 5-12 Level OR
EDU 439 - Practicum: Secondary Education 8-12 Level