298 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE INTERNSHIP IN MATHEMATICS 2 4 FSSummer MAT 175 plus 2

298 professional practice internship in mathematics 2

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298 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP IN MATHEMATICS 2-4 F,S,Summer MAT 175 plus 2 approved courses in MAT beyond 175; 2.75 overall GPA and 3.00 dept GPA. May be repeated; max 8 hrs. No cr maj/min. Cons dept chair req. CR/NC only. Practical experience through professionally-oriented work in business, government, or industry. One credit per month of full-time employment. Mathematics
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214 302 TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN GRADES 6-8 4 F, S C or better in MAT 309 and 312 or conc reg req. Not for cr maj/min. Compl 60 hrs and 2.50 maj and overall GPA req. May Incl Clin Exp. Formerly TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN GRADES 5-8. Problems, viewpoints, and trends in teaching middle school or junior high mathematics. Implications of research related to organization, content, and techniques for teaching mathe- matics in grades 6-8. 304 MODERN GEOMETRY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS 4 F,S C or better in MAT 131 and 202 req. Not for cr maj/min. Dept-approved graphing calculator req. For- merly TOPICS IN GEOMETRY FOR K-8 TEACHERS. Topics include Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries and their history, transformations with connections to matrix algebra, fractals, and projective geometry. 307 MODERN ALGEBRA FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS 4 C or better in MAT 304, 309 and 312 req. Not for cr maj/min. Formerly MODERN ALGEBRA FOR K-8 TEACHERS. Algebraic concepts and structures relevant to grades 6-8. Structure of familiar number systems compared to and con- trasted with other mathematical systems. 309 NUMBER THEORY FOR K-8 TEACHERS 4 F,S C or better in MAT 131 and 202 req. Not for cr maj/min. Dept-approved graphing calculator req.Formerly PROB- LEM-SOLVING IN GRADES K-8. Focus is on number theory concepts, including divisibility, primes, composites, special number sets, and basic count- ing principles. 312 PROBABILISTIC AND STATISTICAL REASONING FOR K-8 TEACHERS 4 F,S C or better in MAT 131 and 202 req. Not for cr maj/min. Dept-approved graphing calculator req. Formerly PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR K-8 TEACHERS. Descriptive statistics, lines of best fit, basic concepts of probability, simulation, probability distributions, expecta- tion, and counting techniques. 314 CONCEPTS OF CALCULUS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS 4 S C or better in MAT 304, 309 and 312 req. Not for cr maj/min. Dept-approved graphing calculator req. Formerly CONCEPTS OF CALCULUS FOR K-8 TEACHERS. Concepts of differential and integral calculus, including lim- its, sequences, and transcendental functions. Emphasis on the role of calculus in Mathematics and problem-solving. 315 MATHEMATICAL MODELING FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS 4 F C or better in MAT 304, 309 and 312 req. Not for cr maj/min. Dept-approved graphing calculator req. Mathematical modeling and problem-solving with applica- tions involving networks and communication systems, finance, global positioning, data systems, and various branches of science.
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