We encourage juniors interested in teaching mathematics as a profession who are majoring in a subject other than mathematics to:

  • take the Math 75 XP* seminar
  • complete Math 117 or 110A, 123 or 120A, and 131A
  • if you are working on the Math for LA: Integrated Pathway, complete Ed 107A (undergrad equivalent of 406), Ed 127 (undergrad equivalent of 407), Ed 174 A, B, & C and take Ed 409 & 425 the summer before your senior year
  • if you are interested in applying for the Math for LA: Joint Math/Ed Pathway, be sure to check our website for the application deadline

pedagogical content courses

Math 75XP

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Integrated Pathway: Ed 174ABC

In Ed 174ABC you will meet other juniors planning on teaching mathematics as a profession. Each quarter of this course includes 40 hours of field experience in neighboring schools. This field experience counts for 120 of the 600 clinical fieldwork hours required for a CA Teaching Credential.

credential requirements and pathways

 

  • If you have not already done so, please satisfy the U.S. Constitution requirement for the CA Teaching Credential by either:
    1. Completing Hist 13A/B/C, Hist 151A/B, or Pol Sci 40
    OR
    2. Passing the U.S. Constitution TestRegister for it here.
  • Find more information on our Math for LA Teaching Credential Pathways here
    • Students apply for the Joint Math Education Pathway December 1st of their Junior year!
  • If you have not already done so, please pass the California Basic Educational Skills Register for it here.
  • Work towards satisfying the Subject Matter Competence requirement for the CA Teaching Credential by either: completing a Math For Teaching Major, the Math Department’s Subject Matter Program, or gather more information regarding the California Subject Exam for Teachers.

questions

 

 

If you have questions after using our virtual counselor, please reach out to our student advisors.

 

 

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