B.Ed. in Middle Education: Math
Residential B.Ed. Degree in Middle Education: Math – Licensure
Meet the unique learning needs of your students with a Bachelor of Education in Middle Education with a cognate in Math. In Liberty University’s School of Education, you’ll learn to instruct and develop courses from a math-integrated approach.
Classes in Elementary Functions and Coordinate Geometry, Mathematical Reasoning, and Probability and Statistics will prepare you to also teach on these subjects.
Our courses are taught from a Christian perspective by educators with years of experience in Middle Grades Math education. Here, you’ll learn how to view teaching through a biblical worldview and make a positive impact in public, private, community, or homeschool settings.
The B.Ed. in Middle Grades Education is the perfect degree for individuals who are passionate about specific content and want to help learners develop the same zest. This degree will allow you to begin a career in your content area and equips you with the qualifications needed to teach all students at the Middle Grades (i.e., 6th-8th grade) level.
Academics: Middle Education (B.Ed.): Math
125 total credit hours
Programs of Study (DCP)
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Featured Middle Education Courses
- Elementary Functions and Coordinate Geometry (MATH 128)
- Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (MATH 200)
- Teaching Elementary and Middle School Math (EDUC 323)
- Middle School Curriculum and Instruction (EDUC 412)
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Career Opportunities in Middle Education
Upon graduation, you will have the opportunity to gain state licensure and become certified to teach students in grades 6-8. With a B.Ed. in Middle Education degree, you will also be able to pursue additional endorsements for a career in administration or other areas.