Science-Math Education

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Designed for students who plan to transfer to a Baccalaureate program in science or math with an eye towards gaining teaching certification.
Curriculum documents

To plan degree completion, see the course descriptions in the academic catalog which specify the planned semester(s) in which required classes are to be scheduled.

This is just one way you might complete the Science-Math Education program in 4 semesters over 2 years of full-time study, or 8 semesters over 4 years of part-time study. (Sample course sequences assume that all pre-requisites have been satisfied and the student is prepared for college-level work.) For a detailed list of required courses, optional electives and program information, download the Science-Math Education program description from our official academic catalog.

Course descriptions are also available in the catalog. Find courses

Sample 2 Year Sequence of Courses
Fall 1Spring 1Fall 2Spring 2
ENG Comp. I
Math elective
Science elective
PCS elective
Humanities elective
ENG Comp II
HIS elective
Science elective
EDU 205
Behavioral Science elective
ENG 200 level course
Science elective
Science elective
EVS 101
Science elective
Open elective
Open elective
Behavioral Science elective
Sample 4 Year Sequence of Courses
Fall 1Spring 1Fall 2Spring 2
ENG Comp. I
Math elective
ENG Comp. II
Science elective
200 level English course
PCS elective
Science elective
HIS elective
Science elective
EDU 205
Fall 3Spring 3Fall 4Spring 4
EVS 101
Science elective
Behavioral Science elective
Science elective
Humanities elective
Open elective
Open elective
Behavioral Science elective

What’s next

Transfer to a Baccalaureate program.

By taking classes in a Liberal Arts option, students complete courses that help develop 100 and 200 course level knowledge and skills in a particular field. If you don’t satisfy the requirements of a specific Liberal Arts option, you may still be able to fulfill the requirements of another option, or fulfill the requirements of the Liberal Arts General degree. Students are advised to work closely with their GCC advisor to select the specific courses that will help meet their career or transfer goals. Note: Students who complete a Liberal Arts option will graduate with the degree “Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts.” Your area of concentration is reflected only in your transcript, not your diploma.