Oct 02, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023

4-Year Plan

Mathematics Education, B.S.E.



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Refer to the link for Progression within the Education Program  and for Arkansas Licensure . 

Student Learning Outcomes

The Department of Teacher Education, in keeping with the overall goals of the university, expects graduates to demonstrate the following broad learner outcomes:

  1. Candidates will apply principles of learner development and learning differences to create safe, supportive learning environments in order to work effectively with diverse families in P-12 schools.
  2. Candidates will apply knowledge of content to developing equitable and inclusive learning experiences. 
  3. Candidates will apply InTASC standards to assessments, plans for instruction and instructional strategies to provide equitable and inclusive learning for P-12 students. 
  4. Candidates will apply knowledge of professional responsibility to engage in professional learning, act ethically and work effectively with P-12 students. 

Note: John Brown University candidates wishing to take professional education and major field courses off campus or through correspondence must obtain, in advance, written permission from the department chair and the Registrar’s Office.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.E.) degree with major in Mathematics

University Core Curriculum - 36 hours


Program requirements satisfy 12 of the 48 hours in the Core Curriculum.

  • The Intercultural Engagement elective area is satisfied by ED 2033 .
  • The Mathematics elective area is satisfied by MTH 1134 .
  • Three hours of the Natural Science elective area, including the lab requirement, are satisfied by PHY 2114 .
  • Three hours of the Social and Behavioral Sciences elective area are satisfied by ED 2143 .

  

Minor field or electives as necessary to complete minimum hours.


Minimum total semester hours - 120


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