Math For LA: Integrated Pathway

Students who complete the following coursework will:

  • Earn their CA Teaching Credential upon graduation
  • Begin teaching full time with a full time salary after graduation

 

Students should apply for the Integrated Pathway by fifth week of the Spring Quarter of their Sophomore Year. The application includes:

  • Autobiographical Statement: 1-2 page limit
    • Prompt: Your autobiographical statement should indicate why you are applying to the program and what you hope to gain from the program.  Please also share the development of your teaching interest, your education related work and volunteer experience (paid or volunteer) related to education, school-age children, and urban schools.
    • Upload Autobiographical Statement in the application form.
  • 1 Letter of Recommendation:
    • One letter must be written by a math professor, math/ed professor, or a K-12 teacher mentor.
    • Letter of recommendation is submitted separately by the recommender. Link coming soon.

Complete Application Form Here

Math For LA: Integrated Pathway Coursework

Typically students complete a Math For Teaching major (or other Math major) while completing the below BS + Credential coursework:

For questions,  please reach out to our student advisors.

Preparing to Finish in 4 Years

We encourage students to complete Math 73SL and Math 74SL in their freshmen and sophomore years to learn about current issues, standards and research in K-12 mathematics instruction. In addition, in these courses students engage in fieldwork which counts towards the 600 hours required for a CA teaching credential.

Additional Credential Requirements

In addition to the courses within the Math Department and UCLA Teacher Education Program, you will need to complete additional requirements set by California. See California Teaching Credential for specific tests and waivers you need to apply for throughout your years at UCLA.