Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Science - Adolescence Education Mathematics

Program Information

Degree Type: AS
Program Code: LAMS - AEMA
Hegis Code: 5649
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Adolescence Education Mathematics Concentration

SUNY Adirondack offers a two-year Liberal Arts and Sciences Associate in Science (AS) degree in Mathematics and Science with an Adolescence Education Mathematics Concentration. This concentration provides a foundational education in mathematics and sets a solid base for students to transfer into a bachelor's degree program for certification in Adolescent Education Mathematics 7-12 and a career teaching mathematics at the secondary level.  Recommended high school preparation: Four years of high school math.


Cr. Course Title Course Code
1-2 Freshman Experience HRD100 HRD100A or HRD110
3 Introduction to College Writing ENG101
3 SUNY Gen Ed Basic Communication  ENG102, ENG103, ENG104, ENG105, ENG106, ENG107, ENG108, ENG109 or ENG110
4 Calculus I MAT131 (Prereq Required)
3-4 SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science lab science  
4 Calculus II MAT132 (Prereq Required)
2 Health and Wellness

Any PED activity courses, AVS101, AVS102, BIO115, HED103, HED104, HED108, NTR101, NTR111, PED105, PED106, PED206, or PED211

(Note PED 210 and PED 212 do not fulfill this requirement)

3 SUNY GEN ED Western Civilization  
3 SUNY GEN ED American History  
3 General Psychology PSY101
6 SUNY GEN ED Foreign Language - in same language  
3 Linear Algebra MAT220 (Prereq Required)
4 Calculus III

MAT231 (Prereq Required - Spring only)


Mathematics/Science Core (MSC) - Choose 13 credits from:

Biology: BIO107, BIO108, BIO111, BIO112BIO205, BIO212BIO213BIO223

Chemistry: CHM104A,CHM104B, CHM111, CHM112, CHM202, CHM203, CHM204
Computer Science: CIS143, CIS144CIS211
Earth Science: AST113, GEO101, GEO102, GEO114, GEO201, GEO202
Engineering: EGR105, EGR106, EGR204, EGR207, EGR208, EGR209, EGR210, EGR211
Mathematics: MAT121, MAT124, MAT125, MAT127, MAT129, MAT223, MAT227MAT232

Nutrition: NTR111
Philosophy: PHI 203
Physics: PHY111, PHY112


Mathematics/Science Core (MSC)




3 Adolescent Psychology PSY206
3 Educational Foundations EDU101
3 Computers and Applications, Office Productivity Software, or Introduction to Programming CIS111, CIS125 or CIS143
64 Minimum credits required for graduation  


Recommended First Year
First Semester
1-2 HRD100, HRD100A or HRD110
3 ENG101
4 MAT131
4 MSC elective (See Notes 1 and 2)
3 SUNY GEN ED American History
1 Health and Wellness
Second Semester
3 ENG102 - ENG110
3-4 SUNY GEN ED Natural Science lab science
4 MAT132
3-4 MSC elective (See Notes 1 and 2)
3 PSY 101
1 Health and Wellness
Recommended Second Year
Third Semester
3 SUNY GEN ED Western Civilization

MAT 220


MSC elective (See Notes 1 and 2)

3 SUNY Gen ED Foreign Language
3 EDU 101
Fourth Semester
3 PSY 206

MAT 231


MSC elective (See Notes 1 and 2)

3 SUNY GEN ED Foreign Language
3 CIS 111, CIS 125 or CIS 143


  1. Mathematics/Science core (MSC) courses shall be selected from the program layout.
  2. Students should select Mathematics/Science core (MSC) courses and electives after consultation with their advisor and the intended transfer institution.
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