Teaching licensure

Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) integrated mathematics education licensure

To teach mathematics in secondary school students need to complete a mathematics major along with professional education courses to obtain an adolescent/young adult license in integrated mathematics.

Middle childhood education with mathematics concentration

Students interested in teaching mathematics in middle school, grades 4-9, must complete a middle childhood education major with mathematics as one of the two areas of concentration.

The middle childhood license requires concentration in two areas; mathematics, natural sciences, social studies or language arts. Many students choose a math and science combination because there is some overlap in requirements, but mathematics can be combined with language arts or social studies.

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