### Freshman Year

Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
---|---|---|---|

MA 141 Calculus I^{A,4} |
4 | MA 241 Calculus II^{A,4} |
4 |

CH 101 Chemistry – A Molecular Science^{B,5} |
3 | PY 205 Physics for Engineers & Scientists I^{B,2,5}or PY201 University Physics I |
4 |

CH 102 General Chemistry Laboratory^{B,5} |
1 | Introduction to Programming^{3,6} |
3 |

ENG 101 Academic Writing & Research^{H} |
4 | HES_***Health & Exercise Course^{E} |
1 |

E 115 Introduction to Computing Environments^{1}or COS 100 Science of Change |
1 | COM 112 Interpersonal Communication^{D} |
3 |

ED 100 Intro to Teaching in 21st Century^{9} |
2 | ||

15 | 15 |

### Sophomore Year

Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
---|---|---|---|

MA 242 Calculus III^{4} |
4 | MA 341, Applied Differential Equations I or MA 351 Discrete Mathematics ^{4} |
3 |

MA 225 Foundations of Advanced Math^{4} |
3 | MA 405 Intro to Linear Alegbra^{6} |
3 |

PY 208 Physics for Engineers & Scientists II^{B,2,5}or PY 202 University Physics II |
4 | HES_*** Health & Exercise Studies Course^{E} |
1 |

GEP Interdisc. Persp. Reqt.^{G, I, J} |
3 | EMS 204 Intro. to Teaching Mathematics Ed^{9} |
2 |

GEP Humanities Requirement^{C, I, J} |
3 | ED 204 Intro to Teaching in Today’s Schools^{9} |
2 |

GEP Addtl. Breadth Reqt (HUM/SS/VPA)^{F,I,J} |
3 | ||

EDP 304 Educational Psychology^{9,D} |
3 | ||

17 | 17 |

### Junior Year

Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
---|---|---|---|

MA 407 Introduction to Modern Algebra^{6} |
3 | MA 425 Mathematical Analysis I^{6} |
3 |

MA 408 Found. of Euclidean Geometry^{6} |
3 | MA 421 Intro to Probability^{6,8} |
3 |

ELP 344 School and Society^{9} |
3 | EMS 480 Teaching Mathematics with Technology^{9} |
3 |

ED 311 Class. Assess. Princ. & Pract.^{9} |
2 | EMS 472 Teaching Mathematics Topics in Senior High School^{9} |
3 |

ED 312 Class. Assess. Princ & Pract.: Prof. Lab^{9} |
1 | Math Elective^{4,6,7} |
3 |

ST Elective^{8} |
2 | Math Elective ^{4,6,7} |
3 |

ECI 305 Equity and Education^{7,G} |
3 | ||

17 | 18 |

### Senior Year

Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
---|---|---|---|

MA 426, or MA 512, or other MA Elective^{4,6,7} |
3 | EMS 471: Student Teaching | 10 |

GEP Humanities Requirement^{C, I, J} |
3 | EMS 495 Senior Seminar in Mathematics and Science Education^{9} |
2 |

MA Elective^{4,6,7} |
3 | ||

EMS 490 School Math from an Adv. Persp.^{9} |
3 | ||

ECI 416 Teaching Exceptional Students^{9} |
3 | ||

EMS 470: Methods & Materials for Teaching Math^{10} |
3 | ||

18 | 12 |

Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation*:^{I,J,K} |
129 |
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Major/Program Footnotes1. COS 100 may substitute for E 1152. An alternative to PY 205 and PY 208 is PY 201 and PY 2023. Introduction to programming course must be selected from MA 116, CSC 112, CSC 114, or CSC 1164. A grade below C is not permitted in MA 141, 241, 242, 225, 341 or 351.5. At most one grade below a C- is permitted in courses satisfying the science requirement.6. At most one grade below a C is permitted in required mathematics courses >400, elective math courses, statistics, and computer science courses.7. Math electives must be chosen from the following: MA 325, MA/LOG 335, MA 341, MA 351, MA 400> (except MA 403, MA 433,MA 507, MA 508, MA 509, MA 510, MA 511). A sequence of two 3-hour courses in an area of advanced mathematics is required. 8. Statistics elective must be chosen from the following: ST 370, ST 372, ST 421, or ST 422. The preferred statistics sequence is ST 370 with MA 421. Alternatives include ST 371 with ST 372, or ST 421 with ST 422. If ST 370 is taken, MA 421 will be an advanced mathematics elective. If ST 371/372 is taken, ST 371 will be a free elective. If ST 421/422 is taken, ST 421 will be a free elective.9. A grade below a B- is not permitted in EMS 204. A grade below a C is not permitted in all other EMS, EDP, ECI, ELP, ED courses.*To complete the requirements for graduation and the General Education Program, the following category credit hours and co-requisites must be satisfied. University approved GEP course lists for each of the following categories can be found at http://oucc.dasa.ncsu.edu/general-education-program/.
General Education Program (GEP) requirements and GEP Footnotes
Mathematical Sciences/Natural Sciences/Engineering G. Interdisciplinary Perspectives (5-6 credit hours)Choose from the University approved GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives course list or the following course(s) if completed as part of the Major requirements may fulfill part or all of this requirement: noneH. Introduction to Writing (4 credit hours satisfied by completing ENG 101 with a C- or better)The following Co-Requisites must be satisfied to complete the General Education Program requirementsI. U.S. Diversity (USD)Choose from the University approved GEP U.S. Diversity course list or choose a course identified on the approved GEP course lists as meeting the U.S. Diversity (USD) co-requisite. The following course(s) completed as part of the Major requirements may fulfill this requirement: noneJ. Global Knowledge (GK)Choose from the University approved GEP Global Knowledge course list or choose a course identified on the approved GEP course lists as meeting the Global Knowledge (GK) co-requisite. The following course(s) completed as part of the Major requirements may fulfill this requirement: noneK. Foreign Language proficiency – Proficiency at the FL_102 level is required for graduation. |