Academic Catalog 2020-2021 
    
    Apr 01, 2020  
Academic Catalog 2020-2021

Secondary Mathematics Licensure Program: B.S. in General Mathematics (CUS)


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The Secondary Mathematics Licensure Program graduates earn a B.S. in Mathematics. This program is 120 credit hours and offers supervised clinical practice experiences in both middle and high school settings. Upon program completion, the candidate has met all requirements for an institutional recommendation for an Initial Colorado Teacher License with an Endorsement in the area of Mathematics.

The Secondary Education Mathematics Licensure Program requires a major in Mathematics and completion of the following 120 credit hours:
General Education Core (45 credit hours)
Mathematics Major Core (30 credit hours)
Secondary Education Professional Core (36 credit hours)
Electives (9 credit hours)

General Education Core (45 credit hours)


Electives (9 credit hours)


Teacher candidates in the Secondary Mathematics Licensure Program may choose 9 general elective credit hours in a subject area of their choice, or use these electives to transfer approved credits into their CCU program. Teacher candidates are required to work directly with their Life Directions Center Advisor regarding choice and enrollment of elective credits.

Graduation Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Secondary Education Licensure


The faculty recommends students in the B.S. in Mathematics with Secondary Education Licensure to the Board of Trustees as candidates for graduation when they have completed the following requirements.

  1. Completion of a total of 120 credits, including all general education, electives, Mathematics major, and secondary education professional core requirements.
  2. A letter grade of D or better and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better in all CCU coursework, and a C- or better in all professional education courses.
  3. Completion of 180 hours of ministry/community service and 180 chapel credits. Transfer students are required to complete 45 hours of ministry/community service and 45 chapel credits each year of attendance at CCU. For further details on ministry/community service, see the Life Directions Center (LDC)  section of this catalog. For further details on chapel credits, see the Student Life  section of this catalog.
  4. Meet the CCU Residency requirements 
  5. Acceptable performance on exit exams, as required by the faculty.
  6. Formal and timely application for graduation by the date specified by the University Registrar.

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