Bachelor of science in education in mathematics in Arkansas state university
The focus of the B.S.E. Mathematics degree program at Arkansas State University is to provide students with the opportunity and the direction to pursue the intellectual challenges of mathematics; and to provide the mathematical and pedagogical knowledge necessary for teaching mathematics in grades 7-12. Students graduating with the B.S.E. Mathematics degree will have a strong foundation in the fundamental notions of mathematics, including rigorous proof, and will possess valuable skills in problem solving, critical thinking, and the effective communication of mathematical concepts and models.
Official Copy of High School Diploma and transcripts in native language with translation in English. Minimum required Grade Point Average is 2.3/4.0, English Profeciency test scores (Minimum score of 5.5 for IELTS and 500 for TOEFL pbt, 61 TOEFL ibt) SAT and ACT scores (550 SAT and ACT scores 21) , Letters of recommendation, Resume
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