This major is designed for students who wish to teach mathematics and science at the middle level (grades 4-9). The coursework provides experiences in math and science content and pedagogy including field experience and addresses the Washington State competencies for middle level math teachers and the Washington State competencies for middle level science teachers. Students taking this major are required to apply to the Teacher Certification Program and complete the Professional Education Program requirements offered through the Department of Educational Foundations and Curriculum (50 total credits required). Students completing this program are required to demonstrate knowledge, skill, and disposition proficiency through a program portfolio prior to student teaching. Students who complete this major and receive a passing score on the WEST-E exams for middle-level mathematics and science are eligible to receive both the middle-level math and science endorsements.
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The Mathematics Department is located in Bouillon Hall.
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