

UpperDivision Mathematics Electives (3 units)

MATH 465  Theory of Numbers (3 units) 
MATH 467  Algebraic Structures (3 units) 
MATH 331  Probability (4 units) 
MATH 374  Differential Equations (3 units) 
MATH 473  Introductory Real Analysis (4 units) 
MATH 475  Complex Analysis (3 units) 
PHYS 242  General Physics II (4 units) 
Note: Successful completion of PHYS 241 and PHYS 242 will satisfy the General Education
Requirements in Category II.A.1.
EDUC 202  Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on America's Urban Schools (3 units) [only required if you matriculated from Fall 2011 through Summer 2012] 
EDUC 203  Teaching and Learning in a Diverse Society (3 units) [only required if you matriculated from Fall 2011 through Summer 2012] 
EDUC 301  Writing & Communication Skills for Teachers (3 units) 
ISTC 301  Utilization of Instructional Media (3 units) 
SCED 200 or SCED 304 
Foundations of Education (3 units) [if you matriculated prior to Fall 2011] Education, Ethics, and Change (3 units) [if you matriculated from Fall 2011 through Summer 2012] 
SCED 305  Adolescent Learning, Development, and Diversity (3 units) 
SCED 341  Principles of Secondary Education (4 units) 
SCED 401 or MATH 430 
Analyzing Secondary School Teaching Experience (2 units) Mathematics Education Debriefing (1 unit) 
SCED 460  Using Reading & Writing in the Secondary Schools (4 units) 
SCED 461  Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas (3 units) 
SCED 462  Seminar in Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas (1 unit) 
SCED 499  Internship in Secondary Education (6 units) 
SPED 301  Introduction to Special Education: K12 (3 units) 
Note: SCED 401 or MATH 430 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 426
COMM 131  Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3 units) 
ENGL 102  Writing for a Liberal Education (3 units) 
HIST 145 or HIST 146 
History of the United States to the Mid19th Century (3 units) History of the United States since the Mid19th Century (3 units) 
PSYC 101  Introduction to Psychology (3 units) 
In addition to the required and elective courses listed above that comprise the mathematics secondary education concentration, other resources that will help the student complete this major are:
Department of Mathematics
7800 York Road, Room 316 (campus map)
Hours: Monday  Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: 4107043091
Fax: 4107044149
Email: math@towson.edu
• Core Curriculum Requirements Checklist (PDF) • GenEd Requirements Checklist (PDF) (for graduation under catalogs prior to 20112012) 