As an Indiana University Bachelor of Science (BS) in Elementary Education student at IUPUC, your degree will lead to a general license to teach kindergarten through grade six.
To meet degree requirements under the Rules for Education Preparation and Accountability (REPA) program, you must also complete an area of concentration.
Helping children master the fundamentals of math in elementary school is critical for higher math success later in their K–12 careers. If you enjoy the basics of numbers—like number sequences, addition, subtraction, patterns, multiplication, division, time, money, fractions, and decimals—consider a concentration in mathematics.
With a concentration in this area, you’ll provide instruction that takes the mystery out of math through creative curriculum that will help each child progress at his or her own pace and identify areas which need improvement.
- This program of study must be completed concurrently with the elementary education (K–6) teacher preparation program.
- You must have a minimum GPA of 2.5.
Program of Study
For IUPUC students starting DURING OR AFTER the fall 2013 semester:
- MATH 15900: Pre-Calculus
- MATH 16500: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
- Complete 2 of the following courses (1 double counts from the General Education Content: Quantitative Reasoning Elective):
- MATH-M 118: Finite Mathematics
- PSY-B 305: Statistics
- STAT 11300: Statistics and Society
- STAT 30100: Elementary Statistical Methods I
- STAT 35000: Introduction to Statistics