

Sep 28, 2022


University General Course Catalog 20222023
NevadaTeach Secondary Education and Mathematics, B.S./B.S. in Ed.


Students who complete this Nevada Teach Program will earn two degrees: the Bachelor of Science in Education/Secondary Education and the Bachelor of Science with a major in Mathematics. This program provides students with a broad background in mathematics, and includes all coursework required to apply for a license to teach secondary mathematics in the State of Nevada. Students who successfully complete the program are prepared to pursue secondary school teaching, graduate school, or an immediate career in the applications of mathematics in science or technology.

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Admission Requirements
Students must be eligible to enroll in MATH 181 and ENG 101 to be admitted to NevadaTeach Mathematics.
Graduation Requirements
 Total Units  120
 Cumulative GPA  2.0
 University GPA  2.0
 Major GPA  2.0
 Residency Requirement  30 UpperDivision Units at UNR
 Major Residency Requirement  15 UpperDivision Units in the major at UNR
 UpperDivision Requirement  40 UpperDivision Units
 Half Program Units/4 Year Institution  60 Units
I. Core General Education Requirements (2528 units)
NOTE: Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter of this catalog for information regarding the “Core English and Math Completion Policy .”
Students in this major must meet all Core Objectives (CO1 through CO14). Courses satisfying Core Objectives are designated (e.g., CO9) in General Catalog curricula and course descriptions.
A. Composition & Communication; Critical Analysis & Use of Information (36 units)  CO1, CO3
B. Quantitative Reasoning (4 units)  CO2
C. Physical & Natural Phenomena (6 units minimum)  CO4, CO4L
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO4/CO4L courses .
D. Cultures, Societies, & Individuals (3 units)  CO6
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO6 courses .
E. Artistic Composition, Interpretation, & Expression (3 units)  CO7
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO7 courses .
F. History & Culture; Constitution (6 units)  CO5, CO8
II. Additional Core Requirements (3 units maximum)
Students must take courses that satisfy the following Core Objectives. Some or all of these Core Objectives may be satisfied in the Major Requirements (Section IV). Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter in this catalog.
A. Science, Technology & Society  CO9
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO9 courses.
B. Diversity & Equity  CO10
E. Capstone Integration & Synthesis  CO13
III. Additional College Requirements (0 units)
IV. Major Requirements (86 units)
A. Mathematics Requirements (35 units)
One of the 15unit Math/Stat Specializations below must be completed:
General Mathematics Specialization
Applied Mathematics Specialization
Statistics Specialization
Discrete Mathematics/Operations Research Specialization
B. Education Requirements (36 units)
V. Minor Requirements (0 units)
VI. Electives (36 units)
VII. Recommended Schedule
Spring Semester (17 units)
Spring Semester (15 units)
Spring Semester (15 units)
Summer Semester (6 units)
Spring Semester (7 units)





