Bachelor of Arts — Secondary English Education
Teach the Next Generation with a Secondary Mathematics Education Degree
The B.A. in Secondary Mathematics Education aligns with the rigorous standards set forth by the National Council of Teachers and Mathematics (NCTM). Designed for those called to teach secondary mathematics in a public or private school setting, this program focuses on the theories and practical teaching strategies associated with teaching math to this age group as they prepare for a future beyond high school.
Through experiential learning, students will gain hands-on experience so they may become effective teachers in the classroom. In addition to covering the subjects of child/adolescent and educational psychology, instructional technology, instructional strategies, and exceptional children, the program also includes: secondary math methods, calculus, algebra, statistics, discrete math, and the history of math.
What Will You Learn in Our Secondary English Education Degree Program?
Designed to align with rigorous standards set forth by Specialized Professional Associations (SPA) standards, the B.A. in English Secondary Education equips you to teach English at the secondary level. You will gain theoretical knowledge and practical methodologies for successfully teaching to this age group as they prepare for a future beyond high school. Through experiential learning, you will gain hands-on experience to become an effective teacher.
In addition to covering the subjects of child/adolescent and educational psychology, probability and statistics for teachers, instructional strategies, and exceptional children, the program also includes: English teaching methods, literature, composition, creative writing, modern grammar, language and culture, and critical approach to literature.
Why Choose MACU?
At MACU, we pride ourselves on something called the "MACU Difference." Our diverse, regionally accredited degree programs are rooted in biblical values and led by caring professors who weave the word and the love of God into all of our classes. Both our resident and commuter students enjoy a vibrant campus community through the attendance of sporting events and chapel services, campus clubs and organizations, small groups and more.