Mathematics and Special Education Concentration, B.S.
The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Special Education Certification program prepares you to teach in both a mathematics classroom and a special education classroom, giving you great flexibility in career options.
As a traditional math teacher, your advanced training on special needs children and Individual Education Plans will make you invaluable to employers.
In addition to required general education requirements, you must complete:
- Core mathematics courses (33 credits)
- Secondary education certification courses (45 credits)
- Special education courses (21 credits)
The undergraduate catalog provides details about courses and requirements.
Shippensburg University is a great place to study to become a teacher because of the opportunities to observe and work with children on campus through:
- Grace B. Luhrs University Elementary School
- Bartos Child and Family Center
- Head Start program
Student teaching is also a vital part of the program.
You can also join several professional math and education organizations while you are a student to boost your resume and create networking opportunities.