Students choosing the mathematics with secondary education specialization in our department graduate fully prepared to teach mathematics in grades 6 to 12. Washburn University offers one of the strongest mathematics education programs in the state and our graduates are finding rewarding employment in outstanding schools in the Kansas area.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|MA 151||Calculus and Analytical Geometry I||5|
|MA 152||Calculus and Analytical Geometry II||5|
|MA 153||Calculus and Analytical Geometry III||3|
|PH 110 or PH 220||Logic for Programming or Logic||3|
|MA 270||Discrete Mathematics||3|
|MA 301||Linear Algebra||3|
|MA 343||Applied Statistics||3|
|MA 354||Abstract Algebra||3|
|MA 367||Modern Geometry||3|
|MA 371||Introduction to Real Analysis I||3|
|MA 381 or PH 325||History of Mathematics, or
Philosophy of Mathematics
|MA 387/388||Capstone Experience and Research||3|
Students seeking certification to teach mathematics must also be formally admitted to the University's Professional Teacher Education Programs. For admission requirements and questions concerning education course requirements or certification, see the Education Department's website.