Mathematics (MATH)

MATH 608. Advanced Mathematics for Teachers. 3 Credits.

Content, rationale, and pedagogical methods for advanced mathematics topics taught in secondary and post-secondary school courses. Topics include an overview of discrete mathematics, history and philosophy of mathematics, and the role of computer programming in the teaching and learning of mathematics.
Typically Offered: On sufficient demand.

MATH 613. Advanced Algebra for Teachers. 3 Credits.

Content, rationale, and pedagogical methods for advanced algebra topics taught in secondary and post-secondary school courses. Topics include an introduction to algebraic methods, proof, content and the utilization of appropriate technology. Course will have an emphasis on functions involving topics from advanced algebra, number theory, linear algebra, and abstract algebra.
Typically Offered: On sufficient demand.

MATH 614. Geometry & Trigonometry for Teachers. 3 Credits.

Content, rationale, and pedagogical methods for axiomatic geometry and trigonometry topics taught in secondary and post-secondary school courses. Course will include multiple applications and utilization of appropriate technology.
Typically Offered: On sufficient demand.

MATH 621. Probability and Statistics for Teachers. 3 Credits.

Content, rationale, and pedagogical methods for non-calculus-based probability and statistics topics taught in secondary and post-secondary school courses. Course will include multiple applications and utilization of appropriate technology.
Typically Offered: On sufficient demand.

MATH 665. Calculus for Teachers. 3 Credits.

Content, rationale, and pedagogical methods for differential and integral calculus topics taught in secondary and post-secondary school courses. Course will include multiple applications and utilization of appropriate technology.
Typically Offered: On sufficient demand.

MATH 690. Trends and Methods in Mathematics Education. 3 Credits.

Exploration of current pedagogical topics and curriculum/technology trends in secondary and post-secondary school mathematics, including the teaching of AP and dual credit math courses.
Typically Offered: On sufficient demand.