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Concentration in Middle School Mathematics

This concentration offers majors in Middle School Education exposure to areas of higher mathematics which will enhance their understanding of the middle school mathematics curriculum. It is intended to be one of two areas of concentration for middle school educators. A student must successfully complete, at Fontbonne, a minimum of 50 percent of the credit hours required for the concentration. See the middle school education major for further information.

Courses Required for the Concentration in Mathematics for Middle School Educators
MTH 110 PreCalculus (4 credits)
MTH 115 Introduction to Statistics (3 credits)
MTH 120 Discrete Mathematics (3 credits)
MTH 150 Calculus with Analystic Geometry I (4 credits)
MTH 300 Modeling and Numerical Approximation (3 credits)
MTH 305 Readings in the History of Mathematics (2 credits)
MTH 320 Elements of Geometry (3 credits)

Plus one of the following two courses
MTH 325 Theory and Applications of Probability (3 credits)
MTH 430 Algebraic Structures (3 credits)