# Teacher Education Minor in Mathematics, Grades 9-12

For students in teacher education curricula other than mathematics who wish to be qualified to teach mathematics at the high school level.

E-mail: mathadvising@illinois.edu

Web address for department: www.math.illinois.edu

Code | Title | Hours |
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To obtain an endorsement to teach mathematics in grades 9-12, students must also pass the Illinois Certification Testing System Test in Mathematics. Information and practice exams are available at www.icts.nesinc.com. | ||

MATH 220 | Calculus | 5 |

MATH 231 | Calculus II (or equivalent) | 3 |

MATH 241 | Calculus III | 4 |

Methods courses in the teaching of mathematics | 3 | |

Teaching Secondary Math | ||

A course covering topics in non-Euclidean geometry | 3 | |

Non Euclidean Geometry | ||

or MATH 403 | Euclidean Geometry | |

At least 7 hours of work from at least two of the following areas: | 7 | |

Computer Science (one course only) | ||

Intro Computing: Engrg & Sci | ||

Intro Computing: Non-Tech | ||

Linear Algebra | ||

Elementary Linear Algebra | ||

Introductory Matrix Theory | ||

Applied Linear Algebra | ||

Abstract Linear Algebra | ||

Modern Algebra | ||

Intro to Combinatorics | ||

Intro to Abstract Algebra | ||

Elementary Theory of Numbers | ||

Applied Mathematics | ||

Fundamental Mathematics | ||

or MATH 348 | Fundamental Mathematics-ACP | |

Intro Differential Equations | ||

Differential Equations | ||

Elementary Real Analysis | ||

Applied Complex Variables | ||

Probability-Statistics | ||

Statistics and Probability I | ||

History of Calculus | ||

History of Calculus |