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Mathematics Education (6-12)

Making Sense of Numbers

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Inspiring young minds.

Whether it’s using statistics to understand a societal problem or writing algorithms for a computer program, math gives you powerful tools for communication, comprehension and change.

As a Mathematics Education major at Kansas Wesleyan University, you will develop expertise in fundamental mathematical concepts and processes and teaching methods applicable to a variety of age levels, interests and aptitudes. You also gain an understanding of the complexities of teaching and learning for understanding.

Why study Mathematics Education at KWU? Personalized help from the faculty!

Mathematics majors at KWU have the opportunity to study in small classes, which ensures your questions get answered. You also get the individualized mentoring necessary to make good decisions regarding your career path.

  • Complete an undergraduate research project that culminates in a paper and presentation as part of your Mathematics Research class.
  • Get involved in the Math and Physics Club where you will acquire leadership skills and develop your network.

What can I do with a Mathematics Education degree from Kansas Wesleyan University? Fire the imagination and increase the skills of learners in the classroom!

Add to your knowledge base in these Mathematics classes

Calculus I, II, III
Intro to Mathematical Statistics
Mathematics Research
Discrete Mathematics
History and Philosophy of Mathematics and Science; Foundations of Computer Systems
Programming in C++

For more information, contact Dr. Jacob Ogle, assistant professor and chair of the Department of Mathematics, or call (785) 833-4465.