2016-2017 Catalog 
    
    Jun 24, 2019  
2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Education - Associate of Arts in Teaching: Secondary Mathematics, A.A.T.


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The A.A.T. in Secondary Mathematics is a two-year transfer degree program designed for students preparing for careers as secondary education mathematics teachers. The program incorporates foundation coursework in teacher education, field based experiences and content coursework in mathematics. Students who successfully complete the program should be able to begin their upper-division coursework upon transfer. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for graduation.

Required Curriculum


I. General Education Core (39-40)


Area A: Communication (9 credits)


Area B: Humanities and Fine Arts (9 credits) **


Select three courses from the list for Area B  with at least one from humanities and one fine arts.

Area C: Mathematics (5 credits)


Area D: Physical and Life Sciences (7-8 credits)


Select one life science course and one physical science course from the list for Area D . One course must have a lab component.

Area E: Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 credits) **


Select three courses in at least two disciplines from the list for Area E .

II. Program Requirements (25-26)


Choose one professional education course from the following courses (3)


Select one mathematics course from the following (3-4)


Select one additional course (3-4):


Select either one mathematics course from

or one course from

Required A.A.T. Degree Program Total: 64 credits


**Note: Select at least one course designated by IAI as non-Western (N) or Diversity (D) from either Social and Behavioral Sciences or Humanities and Fine Arts. Any of these courses will fulfill this requirement: ANTHR 215 , ANTHR 222 ; ART 131 ; ENG 215 , ENG 243 ; GEOG 101 ; HIST 111 , HIST 112 , HIST 115 , HIST 116 , HIST 140 ; HUMAN 101 ; PHILO 205 ; SOCIO 215 , SOCIO 220  

Each college and university has its own major requirements and transfer policies. Consult the schools you are considering and a PSC advisor to discuss courses and their transferability.

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