Why Choose Saint Rose for Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Adolescence Education?
Imagine yourself demonstrating to a classroom of teens that 10! seconds equals exactly 6 weeks… explaining that we have 60 minutes in an hour because the ancient Babylonians used base 60… recounting that 555 is pronounced “ha ha ha” in Thai… or showing how the Fibonacci series fits the geometry of a nautilus or sunflower. Share your love of math and inspire young people to explore how numbers relate to our world.
Have a passion for teaching and a talent for math? Our undergraduate degree gives you a full mathematics program and qualifies you to teach math to 7th through 12th graders – whether or not you choose to go on to graduate work. Providing an optimal mix of academic training and practical teaching experience, Saint Rose’s program prepares you for a fulfilling, rewarding career fostering vital STEM skills in young students. You’ll build a strong foundation of mathematics and liberal-education coursework while acquiring a solid teaching skill set.
And you’ll feel right at home in Saint Rose’s welcoming community of dedicated education students and faculty. You’ll find a host of bright peers and prestigious professors who will cheer your progress and engage in your professional development, from attending local and regional conferences for math education to exploring creative resources for teaching. And you’ll have plenty of opportunity and support to practice your teaching skills, from helping in public-school classrooms to volunteering as a math tutor for disadvantaged students.