The B.S. in Mathematics for Teachers of Secondary School (MTSS) is intended for students planning to pursue a career in secondary education. Its courses cover the high school curriculum from an advanced perspective. Students are required to complete mathematics education and education courses in order to facilitate presence in the classroom early in their undergraduate career and to better prepare them for entry in a credential program.
Mathematics for Teachers of Secondary School Advising (MTSS)
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Change of Major Criteria
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MTSS Additional Documents
- Mathematics Brochure - Click here for a quick glance at the Mathematics for Teachers of Secondary School major
- Major Requirements - Click here to view all degree requirements for the MTSS major in the UCR General Catalog
MTSS Degree Summary Sheets
- MTSS BS Degree Summary Sheet - Fall 2017 Catalog to current
- MTSS BS Degree Summary Sheet - Fall 2016 Catalog or earlier
MTSS Sample Four-Year Course Plans
MTSS Schedule of Course Offerings
MTSS Academic Advisors
CNAS Professional Academic Advisors provide students with individual guidance throughout their academic careers at UCR and help them achieve realistic academic goals. Professional Academic Advisors can assist you with declaring or changing your major or minor, course repeats, the process for taking courses outside of UCR, taking a leave from UCR, and questions about withdrawing or readmitting to UCR.
MTSS Lead Faculty Advisor
A Lead Faculty Advisor is assigned for each major. Faculty advisors are available to assist students with guidance regarding graduate or professional school, opportunities to participate in research, independent study, or internships. Faculty advisors also may provide students with advice and mentoring regarding career goals.