Mathematics, BS, Blended Teaching Concentration

Includes all math courses required in the teaching concentration and courses required by the California Teaching Credential.

General Requirements 1
First-Year Seminar (FYS)2
Lower Division Area A: Foundational Skills9
Lower Division Area B: Natural Sciences6
Lower Division Area C: Arts and Humanities6
Lower Division Area D: Social and Behavioral Sciences3
Lower Division Area E: Student Enrichment and Lifelong Learning (SELF) 20
Lower Division Area F: Ethnic Studies3
American Institutions: Government and History6
Junior Year Diversity & Reflection (JYDR)3
Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR)3
Upper Division Thematic Area C and D6
General Education Capstone0
General Education Subtotal47
Major Requirements
MATH 2222Introduction to Mathematical Computing4
MATH 2510Single Variable Calculus I4
MATH 2520Single Variable Calculus II4
MATH 2610Linear Algebra I4
MATH 3000Mathematical Foundations4
MATH 3200Probability Theory4
MATH 3520Analysis I4
Blended Teaching Concentration - this concentration contains the same MATH courses as the Teaching Concentration
MATH 2531Multivariable Calculus4
or MATH 2533 Multivariable and Vector Calculus
MATH 3100Early Field Experiences1
MATH 3310Discrete Mathematical Modeling4
MATH 3400Euclidean Geometry4
MATH 3600Modern Algebra4
MATH 4110Introduction to the History of Mathematics4
MATH 4120Modern Mathematics for Teachers4
MATH 4200Mathematical Statistics4
MATH 4918Senior Seminar in Mathematics for Prospective Teachers4
EDTE 4100Teaching English Language and Special Populations3
EDTE 3308Socio-Cultural Foundations of Education3
EDTE 4200Technology for Educators3
EDTE 43103
EDTE 43203
EDTE 43303
EDTE 43403
EDTE 5800Intern/Resident Clinical Practice6
EDSE 5100Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction4
EDSE 5200Methods for Teaching: Math4
EDSE 5300Literacy Across the Curriculum4
EDSE 5400Educational Psychology4
EDSE 5500Assessment for Single Subject Teacher4
EDSE 5800Single Subject Clinical Practice4
Major Subtotal112
Additional Units Needed Towards Graduation11-13
Total Units170-172

A modification to the standard GE program has been approved that allows the possibility of satisfying some GE requirements through the major. MATH 1030 College Algebra and Trigonometry, Dual Credit Program, MATH 1040 Precalculus I and II Combined,MATH 1050 Precalculus I,MATH 1060 Precalculus II, MATH 2010 Calculus for the Biological and Chemical Sciences I, MATH 2020 Calculus for Biological & Chemical Sciences II MATH 2200 Introduction to Statistical Concepts and Methods, MATH 2310 Single Variable Calculus I for Engineers, MATH 2320 Single Variable Calculus II for Engineers, MATH 2510 Single Variable Calculus I, MATH 2520 Single Variable Calculus II, all satisfy Area B4.


The SELF requirement is met by completing a Lower Division Area B, C, or D course with a SELF component.

Honors Option

A student may, with the approval of the Chair of the Department of Mathematics, undertake the Honors Program in Mathematics. To complete the Honors Program, a student must complete the following:

  1. One of the concentrations as described above.
  2. An additional eight hours of upper division courses in mathematics (not to include MATH 3120 Geometry, Probability, and Statistics for Preservice Elementary Teachers).
  3. Included in coursework described above, there must be at least one of these upper division sequences in Mathematics:
    MATH 3620
    MATH 4620
    Abstract Algebra I
    and Abstract Algebra II
    MATH 3520
    MATH 4520
    Analysis I
    and Analysis II
    MATH 2540
    MATH 4500
    Ordinary Differential Equations
    and Partial Differential Equations
    MATH 3200
    MATH 4200
    Probability Theory
    and Mathematical Statistics
  4. MATH 4850 Senior Honors Thesis, and presentation of an Honors thesis to the Department of Mathematics.