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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Teacher Concentration

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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Teacher Concentration

Mathematics has long played an integral role in advances in science and technology. And in today's high-tech, information-based economy, a background in mathematics is a highly valued commodity. Virtually every industry in the 21st century employs professionals with degrees in mathematics.

At UMass Lowell, students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics develop valuable and transferable skills in critical thinking, quantitative analysis and problem solving — skills that are necessary for success in a variety of fields, including education.

Required math courses are available on campus during the evenings, making it easier than ever for busy adults to pursue or complete their degree while working. Required liberal arts courses for the program are offered in an online format, enabling students to work around their busy schedules.

Suggested Program of Study

- Total Credits: 126

Math Programs Made for Busy Adults

Required math courses are available on campus during the evenings, making it easier than ever for busy adults to pursue or complete their degree while working. Required liberal arts courses for the program are offered in an online format, enabling students to work around their busy schedules.


Curriculum Outline

120 credits minimum. Note: Students who do not have the necessary foundation in Precalculus Math will be required to take MATH.1200 Precalculus Mathematics I and MATH.1230 Precalculus Mathematics II in addition to the courses listed below, resulting in 126 credits. No Math course can be used to satisfy two different Math requirements.

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