Required courses MAT 145 146 147 175 260 350 351 At least two courses from the

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Required courses: MAT 145, 146, 147, 175, 260, 350, 351. At least two courses from the following list: MAT 353, 356, 450, 453, 455, 456, 458 (Only senior students with good standing will be allowed to take a graduate- level course provided the graduate school gives the approval.) One computer-programming course from Introduction to Micro Computers ITK 155.01, or ITK 155.02. Select at least two of the following areas and com- plete at least two courses from the list of approved courses for each area. Biological Sciences: BSC 201, 203, 219, 297, 321. Economics: ECO 225, 235, 238, 239, 240, 241, 320, 331, 339. Psychology: PSY 230, 231, 232, 331, 334. It is to the advantage of the student to have a minor or double major in one of the above areas. However, it is not a requirement for the sequence. Senior students in good standing are encouraged to take upper level applied statis- tics courses from selected cognate areas. Suggested Mathematics Schedules for the Statistics Sequence Majors: Schedule (a) Students beginning with Precalculus Schedule (b) Students beginning with Calculus I Schedule (c) Students intending to pursue graduate studies Semester (a) (b) (c) 1 144 145 145 2 145 146 146 3 146 147, 260 147, 260 4 147, 260 175, 350 175, 350 5 175, 350 351 351, ST* 6 351, ST* 356, ST* 356, ST* 7 353, ST* 353, ST* 353, ST* 8 356, ST*, ST* ST*, ST* ST* *In the above schedule ST stands for selected courses from cognate areas. Senior students with good standing are encouraged to take upper level statistics courses. However in order to take a graduate level course they must get the approval from the respective departments and the graduate school. MINOR IN MATHEMATICS 22-24 hours in Mathematics required. Required courses: MAT 145 and 146. At least four courses chosen from MAT 147, 175, 236, 247, 250, 260, 330, 336, 337, 340, 341, 345, 347, 351, 361, 362, 363, 378. MINOR IN MATHEMATICS For Teacher Education: Required courses: MAT 145, 146, 147, 175, 211, 236, and 323. NOTE: MAT 211 and C&I 216 or the equiva- lent, and MAT 236 (or concurrent registration) are pre- requisites for MAT 323. Students should consult an advisor. One additional Mathematics elective is required to satisfy certification. CLINICAL EXPERIENCES IN TEACHER EDUCATION Clinical Experiences are provided in off-campus clini- cal teaching centers, in local schools and in campus labo- ratory schools, in agencies and other approved non-school settings. All students will show verification of having completed pre-student teaching field experiences com- mensurate with attaining local, state, and national stan- dards. Students must provide their own transportation to Clinical Experience sites. The approximate number of clinical hours and type of activity associated with each course offering can be found
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C A S 212 with the appropriate course description. The following legend relates to the type and kind of activity related to a specific course. Clinical Experiences Legend 1. Observation 2. Tutoring one-on-one contact 3. Non-instruction assisting 4. Instructional aiding a group 5. Micro teaching 6. Simulation lab exercises 7. Work with clinic client 8. Graduate practicum 9. Professional meeting 10. Other Mathematics Courses A year of high school geometry and a second year of high school algebra are highly recommended for anyone who wants to take Mathematics courses.
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