Our integrated mathematics education program will prepare you to teach math in grades seven–12. All of our adolescent and young adult (AYA) programs combine in-class instruction with extensive teaching experience in local schools, preparing you to become a world-class teacher. Because of the outstanding reputation of our nationally accredited mathematics education program, when you graduate you will be certified by the Association of Christian Schools International and licensed by the state of Ohio, which enables you to teach in both public and Christian schools nearly anywhere in the world.
At Cedarville University, you will be part of a tight-knit community of Christian mathematicians and educators. The integrated mathematics education major is academically rigorous and you will learn to think about the source, implications, and purpose of mathematical and educational knowledge in the context of a holistic Christian worldview. You will receive rigorous training in a manner integrated with your Christian faith and will be thoroughly prepared for graduate work in mathematics or education or employment in education, industry, or government. You will develop close relationships with your professors and other students in your major. You will have field experiences every year, in a variety of school settings.