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### Mathematics and Statistics Department

### BA - Mathematics, Preparation for Teaching (Integrated)

This integrated major is designed for students interested in teaching mathematics in high school or middle school. The course work satisfies requirements for (1) a BA in Mathematics, (2) a single subject teaching credential in mathematics (SSC), and (3) an education specialist instruction credential in mild to moderate disabilities (ESC). The integrated BA Mathematics Preparation for Teaching has been approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) as an integrated undergraduate teacher preparation program. Students who complete the 4-year BA Math degree will be recommended to the CCTC for a preliminary single subject credential to teach middle school and high school mathematics. Students who complete the ESC requirements for an additional semester after graduation will be recommended to the CCTC for a preliminary education specialist credential to teach math to students with special needs.

Students in the integrated program must have successfully passed the California Basic Educational Skills Test (or equivalent alternatives) and completed 80% of math coursework in order to satisfy subject matter competency and engage in solo teaching in middle school or high school math classrooms. Minimum grade point average (GPA) criteria is required to verify subject matter competency and entry to student teaching.

The subject matter preparation component of the integrated BA Math Preparation for Teaching Program includes (1) a minimum of 30 semester units of core mathematics coursework that is directly related to subjects that are commonly taught in departmentalized mathematics classes in California public schools and (2) a minimum of 15 semester units of coursework that provides extended study (breadth and depth) of the subject. The degree requires 30 upper division units of mathematics. If upper division mathematics requirements are satisfied using lower division transferred courses, then additional upper division math courses will need to be taken to obtain the required number of upper division units.

The 33 required upper division units of credential courses need to be taken at SJSU.

*University Graduation Requirements*

Students must complete all residency, curriculum, unit, and GPA requirements as outlined in the Graduation Requirements section of the Policies and Procedures.

*4-Year Program Roadmap*

Students may find a roadmap for this program here. Roadmaps should be used in consultation with the catalog and your advisor to identify additional requirements for completing the major (for example, course grade minimums). Associate Transfer Degrees (ADT) pathway roadmaps can be found here.

*Major-Specific Graduation Requirements*

All courses in the Preparation and Required in the Major must be completed with a grade of "C- or better", and the following Preparation for the Major course with a grade of "C or better": ENGR 100W.

All credential courses in the Preparation and Required in the Major must be completed with a grade of "B" or better.

Course Requirements | ||||||

University Graduation Requirements | 29 | |||||

Core Lower Division General Education | 21 | |||||

Of the 39 units required by the university, 18 units may be satisfied by coursework outlined below. Courses that meet GE Areas A1, A2, A3 or B4 must be passed with a "C-" or better to meet the requirement. Consult with major advisor for details. | ||||||

Upper Division General Education | ||||||

Of the 9 units required by the university, 9 units may be satisfied by coursework outlined below. Consult with major advisor for details. | ||||||

American Institutions | 6 | |||||

The 6 units of American Institutions (US123) coursework shown below also fulfills GE Areas D2 and D3. Other courses meet the American Institutions requirement, but may not include additional GE areas. The American Studies (AMS 1A/B) and Humanities Honors (HUM 1A/B, 2A/B) programs both offer larger integrated packages that meet this requirement. Consult with major advisor for details. | ||||||

Complete one sequence from: | ||||||

African American Studies | 6 | |||||

AFAM 002A. African Americans and the Development of America's History and Government | D2 | 3 | ||||

AFAM 002B. African Americans and the Development of America's History and Government | D3+US123 | 3 | ||||

Asian American Studies | 6 | |||||

AAS 033A. Asian Americans in U.S. History I | D2 | 3 | ||||

AAS 033B. Asian Americans in U.S. History II | D3+US123 | 3 | ||||

U.S. History and Government | 6 | |||||

HIST 015. Essentials of U.S. History | D2+US1 | 3 | ||||

POLS 015. Essentials of U.S. & California Government | D3+US23 | 3 | ||||

Chicana and Chicano Studies | 6 | |||||

CCS 010A. Mexican Americans and the Development of U.S. History and Government | D2 | 3 | ||||

CCS 010B. Mexican Americans and the Development of U.S. History and Government | D3+US123 | 3 | ||||

Physical Education | 2 | |||||

Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement | ||||||

At SJSU, students must pass both the SJSU Writing Skills Test (WST) and a 100W course. For additional information on the WST, please see http://testing.sjsu.edu/wst. Exceptions to the GWAR may be found at http://info.sjsu.edu/gwar.html. | ||||||

A grade of C or better (C- not accepted) is required to meet graduation requirement. | ||||||

Preparation for the Major | 19-21 | |||||

CHAD 060. Child Development | E | 3 | ||||

ENGR 100W. Engineering Reports | ZR | 3 | ||||

MTED 184X. Student Teaching Phase I | 4 | |||||

PHYS 050. General Physics/Mechanics | B1B3 | 4 | ||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

CS 022A. Python Programming for Non Majors I | 3 | |||||

CS 046A. Introduction to Programming | 4 | |||||

CS 049C. Programming in C | 3 | |||||

CS 049J. Programming in Java | 3 | |||||

MATH 050. Scientific Computing I | 2 | |||||

MATH 167. Programming in SAS | 3 | |||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

CCS 030. Race and Ethnicity in Public Space | D1 | 3 | ||||

SOCI 001. Introduction to Sociology | D1 | 3 | ||||

Requirements of the Major | 72 | |||||

Lower Division Courses | 13 | |||||

MATH 030. Calculus I | B4 | 3 | ||||

MATH 030P or MATH 030PL may be used instead of MATH 030. | ||||||

MATH 031. Calculus II | B4 | 4 | ||||

MATH 032. Calculus III | B4 | 3 | ||||

MATH 042. Discrete Mathematics | 3 | |||||

Upper Division Core | 27 | |||||

EDSE 102. Speech, Language & Typical, Atypical Dev | S | 3 | ||||

EDSE 124. Methodologies for Eng Learners w/out Dis | V | 3 | ||||

MATH 102. Secondary School Mathematics | 3 | |||||

MATH 108. Introduction to Abstract Mathematics and Proofs | 3 | |||||

MATH 115. Modern Geometry and Transformations | 3 | |||||

MATH 128A. Abstract Algebra I | 3 | |||||

MATH 129A. Linear Algebra I | 3 | |||||

MATH 131A. Introduction to Analysis | 3 | |||||

MTED 394. Secondary School Mathematics | 3 | |||||

Additional Requirements | 32 | |||||

EDEL 294. Research and Practices in Health and Special Education | 3 | |||||

EDSE 215. Assessment And Evaluation of Individuals with Mild/Moderate Disabilities | 3 | |||||

EDSE 218B. ASD: Mild to Moderate Disabilities | 3 | |||||

EDSE 279. Managing Behavior and Emotional Problems of Students in Special Education | 3 | |||||

MATH 161A. Applied Probability and Statistics I | 3 | |||||

MATH 161B. Applied Probability and Statistics II | 3 | |||||

MTED 184Y. Student Teaching II - Classroom Teaching | 4 | |||||

MTED 184Z. Student Teaching III - Classroom Teaching | 4 | |||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

MATH 126. Theory of Numbers | 3 | |||||

MATH 201B. Mathematics for Secondary Teachers | 3 | |||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

MATH 128B. Abstract Algebra II | 3 | |||||

MATH 129B. Linear Algebra II | 3 | |||||

MATH 131B. Introduction to Real Variables | 3 | |||||

Total Units: | 120-122 | |||||