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Developmental Mathematics Concentration

The developmental mathematics option prepares educators to develop the requisite instructional and mathematics skills to be successful in teaching college-level mathematics courses. The courses provide students with content related to algebra, analysis and topology, as well as discrete mathematics and statistics. Mathematics education courses are available as well.

Coursework for the Developmental Mathematics Concentration

Below is a listing of courses required/offered for the Developmental Mathematics Concentration.
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Prefix Number Required Courses -- All Concentrations     SCH
DE 5375     Learners in Developmental Education Contexts    3
CI 5330     Multicultural Teaching and Learning    3
CI 5390 Research Methods and Measurement in Education     3
  TOTAL 9
     
Prefix Number   Thesis SCH
CI 7351
(Formerly
ED 7351)
Beginning Quantitative Design and Analysis     3
  OR  
CI 7352
(Formerly
ED 7352) 
Beginning Qualitative Research    3
DE 5399 A     Thesis     6
DE 5399 B     Thesis    3
  TOTAL 12
     
Prefix Number  Non-thesis Option    SCH
EDTC 5310     Introduction to Educational Technology     3
DE 5339    Assessment and Evaluation in Developmental Education     3
  Free elective     6
  TOTAL 12
     
Prefix Number Mathematics Concentration (Choose 5 courses)     SCH
MATH 5381     Foundations of Set Theory     3
MATH 5382     Foundations of Real Analysis     3
MATH 5384    Geometric Approach to Abstract Algebra     3
MATH 5386     Knots and Surfaces, An Introduction to Low-Dimensional Topology  3
MATH 5388    Discrete Mathematics     3
MATH 5390     Statistics     3
MATH 5392    Survey of Geometries     3
  TOTAL 15