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ODU's Integrated Mathematics Education program prepare students leads to licensure and prepares students to teach in grades 7-12.

Degree/licensure offered:
  • Bachelor of Science in Integrated Mathematics Education
  • Licensure in Integrated Mathematics Education
See also: Students majoring in Integrated Mathematics receive a solid foundation in mathematics with courses ranging from the calculus sequence to mathematical statistics and abstract algebra.

Advanced courses in linear algebra and geometry as well as a mathematics teaching methods course fill out the mathematics requirement.

Students also will take a variety of education courses covering education psychology, content area, as well as student teaching and principles of education.
  • Sample 4-Year Academic Plan for Integrated Math Education Majors
    The course plan below is a sample plan for your major; it does not and should not replace meeting with your Academic Advisor to map out the best course plan that suits your individual academic goals and placement upon initial registration.

    Classes listed may not necessarily be offered during a particular term. 

    Year 1
    Fall Semester Spring Semester
    ENG 110 ENG 111
    CORE 179 MTH 241
    CIS 150 Social/Behavioral Science
    MTH 240 
    HST Elective
    Year 2
    Fall Semester Spring Semester
    CORE 279
    MTH 345
    MTH 242
    PHY 220
    MTH 300
    EDU 200
    EDU 112 EDU 314
    PHL Art/Music/Theatre
    Year 3
    Fall Semester Spring Semester
    MTH 270
    MTH 350
    EDU 379A MTH 460
    MTH 352 EDU 346
    Social/Behavioral Science EDU 410
    LNG 242
    Year 4
    Fall Semester Spring Semester
    MTH 479 EDU 487
    MTH 450 EDU 488



    Faculty Advisors should help students pick Emphasis Electives and Minors based on career path. Other electives should be towards minor or graduate school prerequisites (meet with Advisor) and all students need 120 credits (15 credits per semester) to graduate in 4 years.

Course Requirements

  • B. S. or Licensure in Integrated Mathematics Education
    Degree-seeking students must complete the degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science in addition to the major requirements listed below.

    Licensure-only students, those who completed a bachelor's degree prior to beginning this program, need only the requirements listed below. 
    Courses Credits
    CIS 150 Programming Fundamentals 3*
    MTH 240 Calculus I 4*
    MTH 241 Calculus II 4*
    MTH 242 Multivariable Calculus 4*
    MTH 270 Mathematical Statistics 3*
    MTH 300 Foundations in Mathematics 3*
    MTH 345 Discrete Structures & Objects 3*
    MTH 350 Linear Algebra 3*
    MTH 450 Abstract Algebra 3*
    MTH 460 Geometry 3*
    MTH 479 Capstone Seminar 3*
    Required Correlative

    Courses Credits
    PHY 219 General Physics I or PHY 220 General Physics II 4*
    Required Professional Education Courses

    Courses Credits
    EDU 112 Introduction to Teaching: Adolescence to Young Adult 3
    EDU 220 Educational Psychology 3
    EDU 314 Content Area Reading 3
    EDU 346 Adolescence to Young Adult & Multi-Age Methods 3
    EDU 379A CORE: Principles of Education 3
    EDU 410 Assessment & Technology for Teaching & Learning 3
    EDU 487 Supervised Teaching: Adolescence to Young Adult 12
    EDU 488 Teaching Seminar: Adolescence to Young Adult 1
    MTH 352 Mathematics Teaching Methods 3
    Total Credits Required 74

    * Used to calculate the Major GPA