This minor meets the needs of non-mathematics majors intending to enter a middle school mathematics teaching credential program. It is of particular relevance for Liberal Studies students who would like to teach upper level elementary mathematics.

## Lower Division Requirements (15-16 units)

(Including pre-/corequisites)

### Choose one of the following:

- MATH 101: College Algebra (3)
- MATH 105: Pre-Calculus (4)
- MATH 150: Calculus I (4)

### Choose one of the following:

- MATH 201: Elementary Statistics (3)
- MATH 202/PSY 202: Biostatistics (3)

### Additional required courses:

- MATH 208: Modern Mathematics for Elementary Teaching I-Numbers and Problem Solving (3)
- MATH 230/PHIL 230: Logic and Mathematical Reasoning (3)
- MATH 240: Linear Algebra (3)
*permission of the instructor may be required*

## Upper Division Requirements (16 units)

(Including pre-/corequisites)

- MATH 308: Modern Mathematics for Elementary School Teaching II-Geometry, Probability and Statistics (3)
- MATH 318: Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers (3)
- MATH 330: Mathematics and Fine Arts (3)
- MATH 331: History of Mathematics (3)
- MATH 499: Senior Colloquium (1)

Select one of the following:

- MATH 492: Internship (1-3)
- LS 499: Capstone Project (3)

## Electives (3-4 units)

### Choose one course from the list below:

- MATH 150: Calculus I (4)
- MATH 151: Calculus II (4)
- MATH 300: Discrete Mathematics (3)
- MATH 301: Discrete Mathematics for IT (3)
- MATH 393: Abstract Algebra I (3)
- MATH 438/PHIL 438: Philosophy of Mathematics (3)
- MATH 482: Number Theory and Cryptography (3)

or

- Other upper division math course 3-4 units