Understanding the profound effect of mathematics on our society, the teacher of mathematics desires to impart in their
students clear and logical patterns of thinking, successful means to problem solving, the usefulness of mathematics in
everyday life, and a preparation for life that will make them good citizens.
Why choose Mathematics Education at Clearwater Christian?
- Approved teacher-education program with the state of Florida enabling you to obtain professional credentials required in the field
- Multiple practicum and internships in both private Christian and public school environments
- Instructors who pursue cutting-edge research to ensure graduates are trained to utilize the
latest and most effective teaching techniques in mathematics education
While there are no additional admissions requirements, those enrolling in the Mathematics Education major are expected to maintain a
minimum of a C average in their major courses. Mathematics Education majors are required to establish and maintain a
2.5 grade point average
by the time they reach their sixtieth credit hour. Mathematics Education majors must possess a desire to discover the hidden
patterns in life, to understand the world around them, and be able to communicate their findings to others in a passionate manner.
Interesting Classes I Might Take
- Probability and Statistics
- Differential Equations
- Linear Algebra
- Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics
What can I do with a major in Mathematics Education?
- Mathematics Teacher
- Software Developer
- Applied Mathematician
- Actuarial Scientist
- Database Designer
- Market research analyst
- School Administrator
- and more
What are CCC Mathematics Education graduates doing now?
Employers: Many mathematics education majors are employed at a variety of private Christian and public schools throughout
the nation. Others are pursuing careers as school administrators, teaching English abroad, missionary serving abroad, and
computer software/hardware analysts.
Graduate schools: University of North Carolina, University of South Florida, University of Central Florida, University of Kentucky,
University of New Hampshire, West Chester University