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Teacher Education - 8th Grade – 12th Grade Math, A.S.


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Leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Mathematics at Texas A & M University at Texarkana

Faculty Advisors: David Rangel • 903-434-8305 (drangel@ntcc.edu); Dr. Leah Reagan • 903-434-8290 (lreagan@ntcc.edu); Dr. Doug Richey • 903-434-8283 (drichey@ntcc.edu); Dr. Paula Wilhite • 903-434-8281 (pwilhite@ntcc.edu)

The following Associate of Science Degree program is intended to provide the first two years toward a bachelor’s degree and a teaching certificate. An articulation agreement has been developed with Texas A&M University at Texarkana in this field.  However, students may use this plan for preparing for other teacher education fields at other universities. Transferability and specific requirements can be determined only by the receiving institution. Only college-level courses apply toward completion of this curriculum and the graduation requirements for the A.S. Students should consult with a faculty advisor or a counselor to design a specific teacher education program of study.With a nation-wide and state-wide shortage of teachers, there are excellent career opportunities in teaching.

Program Requirements


General Education Requirements (43-44 Credit Hours)


Composition: 6 Hours


two courses

Mathematics: 3-4 Hours


 one course from the following (prerequisites required)

Natural Sciences: 8 Hours


two courses

Humanities: 3 Hours


 one course from the following

Visual and Performing Arts: 3 Hours


one course from the following

Social/Behavioral Science: 3 Hours


one course

Government: 6 Hours


two courses

Speech: 3 Hours


one course from the following

Other Courses in the Major (18 Credit Hours)


 (in addition to the general education requirements above)

Minimum Required - 62 Credit Hours


Notes(s)


For junior and senior level course requirements regarding this degree plan, please contact Dr. Callie Fortenberry at 903-434-8355 or Callie.Fortenberry@tamut.edu.

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