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Department of Mathematics
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Bachelor of Science

Interdisciplinary Mathematics-Physics Major with Secondary Certification

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  • Semester Hours
  • Academic Major
    • Mathematics 1561, 2513
      10
    • Mathematics 3307, 3514, 4321, 4322
      14
    • Physics 1441 and 2442
      8
    • Physics 3301, 3303, 3461, 4181
      11
    • Physics (advanced)
      5
  • Other Requirements
    • Communication 2301
      3
    • Computational and Applied Mathematics 1351
      3
    • English 1301, 1302, and sophomore literature
      9
    • Political Science 2301 and 2302
      6
    • History 1301 and 1302
      6
    • Natural Science (biology or geology)*
      8
    • Physical Activity
      1
    • Social Science (economics, geography, psychology, sociology) lower division
      3
    • Visual and Performing Arts (art, theatre, music) lower division
      3
  • Professional Education
    • Education 4321, 4322, 4323, and 4973
      18
    • Educational Psychology 3303
      3
    • Reading 4320
      3
    • Electives
      6

The above plan meets all core curriculum and general Bachelor of Science degree requirements. This degree requires 120 semester hours, of which 54 are advanced.


* Students may take the natural science courses in one or more disciplines.

Minimum course requirements for Secondary Certification in Mathematics-Physics. A student who chooses mathematics-physics for a teaching field regardless of major must complete the following courses: Mathematics 1561, 2513, 3307,3514, 4321, 4322, and Physics 1441, 2442, 3301, 3303, 3461, 4181, and five additional advanced hours of physics.


Revised June 2009