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Secondary Math Education (6-12) B.S. Degree

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    Our program prepares you for employment as a middle or secondary math teacher.

    • Job prospects are best for teachers in high-demand fields, such as science, math and bilingual education
    • In 2010, the average salary of a Florida teacher was $50,000
    • The Florida Legislature has determined there is a shortage of math and science teachers, making you eligible for student loan forgiveness programs
    Source: Florida Department of Education and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • BS iconInspire the next generation

    This teacher preparation program combines math content and applications with practical, school-based experiences to prepare students for professional certification for middle and high schools. You earn a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Math (grades 6-12) Education.

    Preparing you for a rewarding education career

    With this degree, you:

    • Pass your knowledge to the next generation and mold young minds
    • Help students learn to solve problems in the real world
    • Are prepared for graduate and Ph.D level training and employment
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    Admission requirements

    To be admitted to this 63-credit program, you need:

    • An A.A. degree from a regionally accredited school that shows you meet SPC's general education requirements 
    • To have completed these state-mandated prerequisites with a grade of C or higher:
      • EDF 1005 Introduction to Education
      • MAC 2311 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I
      • MAC 2312 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II
      • MAC XXXX (4 credits of an additional math course with “MAC” prefix, MTG, or MAS excluding MAC 2233/H)
    • A cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.00 scale in all college classes
    • Passing scores from all sections of Florida’s General Knowledge test  

    Degree Path from AA to BS to Industry Certification 


    After completing the coursework for this degree including the school-based hours and internship, students will be guided through the steps to apply for your Florida Professional Certificate.

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  • NameTitleLocationEmailPhone
    Bruce BrodneyFaculty,12 MonthSPBrodney.Bruce@spcollege.edu(727) 341-7986
    Andrea KellyChair, College of EducationTSKelly.Andrea@spcollege.edu(727)791-2667
    Michael PoulinChair, College of EducationCLPoulin.Michael@spcollege.edu(727)791-2788
    Robert RazeFaculty,12 MonthTSRaze.Robert@spcollege.edu(727) 712-5882