This four-year program prepares candidates to teach mathematics in junior high/middle school through courses in mathematics content and its methodologies of instruction. The program is distinctively crafted with focus and depth in junior high/middle school mathematics instruction. The 123-hour program includes 47 hours of mathematics content, 42 hours of professional education, and 33 hours of University Common Core courses. The introductory course for this program is MATHS 150. For more information, contact John Lorch, RB420, 765-285-2329, or go to the Department of Mathematical Sciences website.