The Mathematics for Secondary Teachers major provides a route to Michigan certification to teach mathematics in a high school classroom. There is a significant and growing shortage of mathematics teachers in Michigan and across the nation. Teachers certified by the State of Michigan in mathematics and science are highly respected professionals and are sought-after by schools throughout the nation.
Demand for teachers of mathematics remains very strong. Cornerstone's Christian perspective helps aspiring teachers perceive their students as unique creations, deeply loved by their creator and worthy of the investment of education. This perspective develops teachers, who personally experience mathematics as a window to the beauty, creativity and order that God expresses in his creation and who communicate that passion to their students. Graduates with this major are thoroughly prepared both technically and personally to serve God through mathematics education.
- Discrete Mathematics
- Multivariate Calculus
- Mathematical Proofs
- Real Analysis
- Applied Linear Algebra
You can earn a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Secondary Education degree in four years.
Download a semester-by-semester class planning guide to preview the steps required to complete your degree.
- April Deur ('10) works as a teacher with NorthPointe Christian Schools.
Program Courses and Catalog
For course descriptions and graduation requirements, view the 2016-17 Cornerstone University Undergraduate Academic Catalog.