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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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
3 Introduction to College Writing ENG101
3 Writing II ENG102, ENG103, ENG104, ENG105, ENG106, ENG107, ENG108, ENG109 or ENG110
4 Calculus I MAT131 (Prereq Required)
3-4 SUNY Gen Ed Natural Sciences (and Scientific Reasoning)  lab science  
4 Calculus II MAT132 (Prereq Required)

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

(Note PED210 and PED212 do not fulfill this requirement)

3 SUNY GEN ED World History and Global Awareness or SUNY GEN ED US History and Civic Engagement  
3 SUNY GEN ED Diversity: Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice  
3 General Psychology PSY101
6 SUNY GEN ED World Languages - in same language  
3 Adolescent Psychology PSY206
3 Educational Foundations EDU101
3 Linear Algebra MAT220 (Prereq Required)
4 Calculus III

MAT231 (Fall only - Prereq Required)


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

Biology: BIO107, BIO108, BIO111, BIO112,   BIO205, BIO212BIO223

Chemistry: CHM104A, CHM104BCHM111, CHM112, CHM202CHM203CHM204

Computer Science: CIS143, CIS144, CIS211

Earth Science: AST113, GEO101GEO114, GEO202

Engineering: EGR105, EGR106, EGR204, EGR207, EGR208, EGR209, EGR210

Mathematics: MAT121, MAT125, MAT127, MAT129, MAT227, MAT232

Nutrition: NTR111

Physics: PHY111PHY112

Social Sciences and Philosophy: ANT230PHI203






3 Introduction to Information Technology and Applications or 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 World History and Global Awareness or US History and Civic Engagement
1 Health and Wellness
Second Semester
3-4 SUNY GEN ED Natural Sciences (and Scientific Reasoning)  lab science
3 ENG102 - ENG110
4 MAT132
3-4 MSC electives (See Notes 1 and 2)
3 PSY 101
1 Health and Wellness
Recommended Second Year
Third Semester
3 SUNY GEN ED Diversity: Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice
4 MAT231

MSC electives (See Notes 1 and 2)

3 SUNY Gen ED World Languages
3 EDU 101
Fourth Semester
3 PSY 206
3 MAT220

MSC electives (See Notes 1 and 2)

3 SUNY GEN ED World Languages (Second in series)
3 CIS111, CIS125 or CIS143


  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.
  3. Prior approval MSC courses can be used to meet degree requirements.
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