The Department of Teacher Education, in keeping with the overall goals of the university, expects graduates to demonstrate the following broad learner outcomes:
Candidates will demonstrate proficiency with content knowledge in their licensure area by performing well on national licensure exams prior to internship.
Candidates will demonstrate proficiency with appropriate pedagogical skills by performing well on national licensure exams.
Candidates will demonstrate appropriate professional dispositions and ethical decision-making skills during field experiences and internship.
Candidates will demonstrate knowledge of their effect on student learning during field experiences and internship.
Candidates will demonstrate their readiness to teach by obtaining their Arkansas Teaching license.
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 head and the Registrar’s Office.
Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.E.) degree with major in Mathematics
University Core Curriculum - 38 hours
Program requirements satisfy 10 of the 48 hours in the Core Curriculum.
The Mathematics elective area is satisfied by MTH 1134.
Four 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.