Students choosing the Mathematics proficiency may use it as a major or minor teaching field within the Secondary Education concentration. Students will study beginner and intermediate algebra, plane geometry, trigonometry, and calculus (differentiation & basic techniques/uses of integration) with the goal of becoming proficient in each of these areas.

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Larry Cox

Instructor—Math, Science

Brother Cox and his wife Amy have a daughter and three sons. They lead the Cornerstone...

Course of Study

Course ID
Credit Hours

MA 102

3.0 Algebra 2

This course requires MA 101 and is an advanced continuation of the same.

MA 210

3.0 Trigonometry

This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of trigonometry in...

MA 302

3.0 Calculus 2

This course requires MA 301 and is an advanced continuation of the same.

MA 101

3.0 Algebra 1

This course introduces key concepts and theories that provide a foundation for further studies...

MA 201

3.0 Geometry

Geometry is the third course of the WCBC mathematics series. It is normally followed by...

MA 301

3.0 Calculus 1

Calculus 1 is the fifth course of the WCBC mathematics series for secondary education majors....

MA 402

3.0 Teaching Secondary Math

This is the eighth course in the WCBC mathematics series for...

MA 401

2.0 Teaching Elementary Math

A systematic approach to teaching math in the Christian elementary...