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Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Adolescent Mathematics, Grades 7-12 - BA


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The BA and BA/MA programs in Adolescent Mathematics lead to initial certification as a teacher. These programs include fieldwork in New York City Public schools. Students must take a specified sequence of education courses in addition to fulfilling the Common Core Requirement and the requirements of their major.

The Education course of study is a 27-credit sequence that students usually complete over four semesters in addition to the major in the subject they plan to teach.

Admission Information


Admission to the School of Education is not automatic with admission to Hunter College. There is a separate admission process that involves an online application, a writing sample and an interview.

Students must apply by November 1 for the spring term and April 1 for the fall term. Applications are available online only: Application for Admission - Undergraduate Programs in Adolescent Education.

Admission Requirements


  1. Minimum of at least 65 credits but no more than 90 credits.
  2. A Hunter College Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or better.
  3. Receive a grade of B or better in ENGL 12000  .
  4. Have no more than 6 cr. of CR/NC grades.
  5. Formal declaration of a major in mathematics.
  6. Transfer students will have to complete 12 credits of coursework at Hunter College before applying. However, transfer students with 60 or more credits and a GPA of 3.3 or better may be immediately considered for admission.

Liberal Arts and Science Major Requirements


33-credit major in mathematics Mathematics - BA  plus one year of calculus (MATH 15000  and MATH 15500 , or the equivalent).

New York State Liberal Arts & Science Distribution Requirement


These are courses required for School of Education students. Most of these courses may also be used towards the Common Core Requirement.

  • ENG 120 and ENG 220
  • Two courses selected from HIST 151, HIST 152 and GEOG 101
  • STAT 213
  • One science course with a lab component
  • 6 credits in the arts
  • 12 credits of foreign language
  • One course in communication

School of Education Technology Competencies


The Technology Competencies are required for all School of Education students.  The competencies include fifteen skills in five aspects of educational technology: productivity, research, communication, media, and presentation.

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