Applied Mathematics - Teacher Certification
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at Robert Morris University, with the assistance of the Department of Education, offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Mathematics Teacher Education.
Upon successful completion of this undergraduate degree program, the teacher candidate applies to the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) for teacher certification in secondary Mathematics (grades 7-12).
The handbook for secondary certification is here. The coordinator for the program is Dr. Gregory Holdan.
A complete list of courses that you must complete to graduate with a B.S. degree in Mathematics Education and to apply for a Pennsylvania Instructional I Certificate to teach grades K through 12 in your content area is provided on the RMU checksheet. Courses fall into one of four categories: Robert Morris University Core, Major, Professional Education, and Open Electives.
Please use the links below to view or print important information about required courses.
Teacher Certification Requirements
Click here to view the requirements for admission into RMU as a freshman, and click here for the requirements for admission as a transfer student. Initial admission to an undergraduate education degree program as a freshman student, or as a transfer student with less than 48 credits, is not a guarantee of formal admission to candidate status in an education program. All education majors must apply for formal admission to candidate status in their degree program following the completion of 48 credits of college-level work. Specific grade point average, course specifications, and other requirements must be met at that time.
This undergraduate degree program is offered at Moon Township Campus only.
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For More Information, Contact:
E. Gregory Holdan Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
John Jay 309