# Single Subject Matter Preparation Programs

Single Subject Matter Preparation Programs approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) are alternatives to the subject matter examinations and act as appropriate subject matter preparation for the Single Subject Teaching Credential. Please note the programs in Science are not alternatives to the required subject matter examinations. Rather, the courses in the Science programs prepare students to take the exams.

- Mathematics
- Music
- Physical Education
- Science (Programs to Prepare for Exams)
- Social Science

## Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics offers two preparation programs for future mathematics teachers; the Single Subject Matter Program in Mathematics and the Subject Matter Program in Foundational-level Mathematics. Undergraduate students interested in teaching mathematics at the middle or high school level are strongly encouraged to complete the Single Subject Matter Program in Mathematics. Completion of the Single Subject Matter Program in Mathematics establishes subject matter competency in mathematics for future teachers to teach all mathematics at the K-12 level. Completion of the Subject Matter Program in Foundational-level Mathematics establishes subject matter competency in mathematics for future teachers to teach mathematics at the middle school level and for some mathematics courses at the high school level.

**Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Mathematics**

Completion of the Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Mathematics is certified by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. A student need not be a mathematics major to complete this program; however, students who complete the mathematics major with Option C (Mathematics Teaching) should find it relatively easy to meet the requirements of the program, as noted in the description of Option C requirements in the undergraduate Mathematics chapter. In addition to the required mathematics courses, a year of education courses and practice teaching is required before the California Secondary Teaching Credential in Mathematics can be granted. Seventy-one quarter units are required in the Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Mathematics. For additional information, contact the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science: North Science 337; 510-885-4011; e-mail: mathcs@csueastbay.edu; website: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/csci/departments/math-cs/index.html.

**Core Mathematics (48 units)**- MATH 1130 College Algebra (4)
- MATH 1300 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry (4)
- MATH 1304 Calculus I (4)
- MATH 1305 Calculus II (4)
- MATH 2101 Elements of Linear Algebra (4)
- MATH 2304 Calculus III (4)
- MATH 3121 Abstract Algebra I (4)
- MATH 3215 Geometry I (4)
- MATH 3600 Number Theory (4)
- MATH 4040 History of Mathematics (4)
- MATH 4901 Senior Seminar (4)
- STAT 3401 Introduction to Probability Theory I (4)

**Coursework Providing Breadth and Perspective (23 units)****Mathematics courses (12 quarter units):**- MATH 3000 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics and Proof (4)
- MATH 3300 Analysis I (4)
- MATH 3331 Differential Equations (4)

**Statistics course (4 quarter units)**- STAT 3502 Statistical Inference (4)

**Computer Science or discrete structures course (4 quarter units):**- CS 1160 Introduction to Computer Science I (4)

*or*- MATH 2150 Discrete Structures (4)

**Field Experience (0-3 quarter units):**- TED 3001 Exploring Education (3)

And/or other field experience approved by the Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Adviser: At least 45 hours of classroom experience in an instructional capacity is required.

**Electives (0-3 quarter units):**Additional courses not used above to bring the total Breadth and Perspective units to at least 23, chosen from the following list or from other related courses approved by the Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Adviser:

- CHEM 1101 General Chemistry (5)
- CHEM 1102 General Chemistry (5)
- CHEM 1103 General Chemistry (5)
- CS 1160 Introduction to Computer Science I (4)
- CS 2360 Introduction to Computer Science II (4)
- CS 2430 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming (4)
- ECON 2301 Principles of Microeconomics (4)
- ECON 2302 Principles of Macroeconomics (4)
- MATH 3100 Linear Algebra (4)
- MATH 3122 Abstract Algebra II (4)
- MATH 3301 Analysis II (4)
- MATH 4215 Topics in Geometry (4)
- MGMT 3100 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Business (5)
- PHIL 1001 Introduction to Logic (4)
- PHIL 3002 Modern Logic (4)
- PHYS 1001 General Physics (5)
- PHYS 1002 General Physics (5)
- PHYS 1003 General Physics (5)

**Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Foundational-level Mathematics**

Completion of the Subject Matter Preparation Program in Foundational-level Mathematics is certified by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. In addition to the required mathematics courses, a year of education courses and practice teaching is required before the California Secondary Teaching Credential in Foundational-level Mathematics can be granted. Forty-eight quarter units are required in the Subject Matter Preparation Program in Foundational-level Mathematics. Current holders of a California Multiple Subjects Credential or Single Subject Credential in a field other than mathematics will also need to complete additional Teacher Education courses to add an authorization in Foundational-level Mathematics. For additional information, contact the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science: North Science 337; 510-885-4011; e-mail: mathcs@csueastbay.edu; website: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/csci/departments/math-cs/index.html.

**Core Mathematics Courses (32 quarter units)**

- MATH 1130 College Algebra (4)
- MATH 1300 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry (4)
- MATH 1810 Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences (4)
- MATH 2011 Number Systems (4)
- MATH 4012 Geometry and Measurement (4)
- MATH 4013 Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability (4)
- MATH 4014 Algebra and Functions (4)
- MATH 4030 Advanced Study of School Mathematics (4)

**Extended Study of Mathematics-based or Affiliated Courses (16 quarter units)**

Additional courses not used above chosen from the following list or from other related courses approved by the Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Program Adviser.

- CHEM 1100 Introduction to College Chemistry (5)
- CS 1080 Introduction to Media Computation (4)
- CS 1160 Introduction to Computer Science I (4)
- ENGR 1011 Engineering: An Introduction (3)
- MATH 1304 Calculus I (4)
- MATH 1305 Calculus II (4)
- MATH 2150 Discrete Structures (4)
- MATH 3000 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics and Proofs (4)
- MATH 4040 History of Mathematics (4)
- MGMT 3100 Decision Science (4)
- PHIL 1001 Introduction to Logic (4)
- PHIL 3002 Modern Logic (4)
- PHYS 1700 Elementary Physics (4)
- PHYS 1800 Astronomy (4)
- STAT 1000 Elements of Probability and Statistics (5)

## Music

Completion of the Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Music is certified by the Department of Music. The Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Music requires 39 units. For additional information, contact the Department of Music: Music and Business Bldg. 2571; 510-885-3135; website: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/class/departments/music/index.html).

**Required Courses (39 units)**

- MUS 2321 Basic Voice (1)
- MUS 2331 Basic Violin and Viola (1)
- MUS 2332 Basic Cello and Bass (1)
- MUS 2341 Basic Clarinet (1)
- MUS 2342 Basic Double Reeds (1)
- MUS 2343 Basic Flute and Saxophone (1)
- MUS 2355 Basic Brass (1)
- MUS 2361 Basic Percussion (1)
- MUS 2371 Basic Guitar (1)
- MUS 2410 Foundations of Music Education (4)
- MUS 3014 World Music and Culture (4)
- MUS 3095 Technology for Music Education (3)
- MUS 3370 Basic Conducting (3)
- MUS 3380 Choral Conducting (3)
- MUS 3390 Instrumental Conducting (3)
- MUS 4435 Seminar in Public School Instrumental Teaching Techniques (3)
- MUS 4440 Seminar in Public School Choral Teaching Techniques (3)
- MUS 4445 Seminar in Public School Elementary Classroom Teaching Techniques (3)
- MUS 4900 Senior Project in Music Education (1)

## Physical Education

Completion of the Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Physical Education is certified by the Department of Kinesiology. The Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Physical Education requires 98-102 units. For additional information, contact the Department of Kinesiology: Physical Education Bldg. 130; 510-885-3061; website: www20.csueastbay.edu/ceas/departments/kin/index.html).

**Required Courses (98-102 units)**

- BIOL 2010 Human Physiology and Anatomy I (or 2011) (5)
- DANC 3235 Dance for Children (4)
- KIN 1610 Introduction to Kinesiology (4)
- KIN 2650 CPR and First Aid (2)
- KIN 3072 Individual and Dual Sports (3)
- KIN 3075 Aquatics and Outdoor Education (3)
- KIN 3079 Combatives and Fitness Activities (3)
- KIN 3080 Team Sports and Field Sports (3)
- KIN 3300 Critical Inquiry in Kinesiology (5)
- KIN 3305 Structural Kinesiology (4)
- KIN 3310 Biomechanics (5)
- KIN 3320 Exercise Physiology (5)
- KIN 3330 Motor Learning and Control (5)
- KIN 3340 Motor Development (4)
- KIN 3350 Sport and Exercise Psychology (5)
- KIN 3700 History of Sport and Physical Education (4)
- KIN 3740 Philosophical Foundations of Kinesiology (4)
- KIN 3750 Sport in Contemporary Society (4)
- KIN 4004 Elementary School Physical Education (4)
- KIN 4006 Secondary School Physical Education (4)
- KIN 4008 Adapted Physical Activity (4)
- KIN 4031 Professional Field Experience II (2, 2)
- KIN activities (6-10)

At least one in each of swimming, combative, team, individual or dual, fitness activities.

One beginning course must be repeated at the intermediate level.

## Science

Students can follow one of two pathways to fulfill the content requirements for a single subject credential in Science: 1) Complete a CCTC-approved Subject Matter Program from an accredited California University; or, 2) Pass the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET).

CSUEB currently does not have a CCTC-approved Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Science. We do, however, offer degree programs and courses that prepare students to take the CSET exams.

Further information on obtaining a single subject credential in Science through CSUEB is available at the Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, websites.

## Social Science

Completion of the Single Subject Matter Preparation Program in Social Science is certified by the Department of History. The program may be completed by students in any major, but overlaps major requirements in several Social Science fields such as History, Political Science, Geography, and Economics. The Single Subject Matter Preparation program in Social Science requires 84 units. This program has been designed to meet CCTC standards. For additional information, contact the Social Science Coordinator in the Department of History: Meiklejohn Hall 4031; 510-885-3207; website: http://csueastbay.edu/history.

**Core Curriculum (48 units)****World History and Geography (16 units)**- HIST 1014 World Civilizations I (or 1017) (4)
- HIST 1015 World Civilizations II (4)
- HIST 1016 World Civilizations III (4)
- GEOG 2300 Cultural Geography (4)

**U.S. History and Geography (12 units)**- HIST 1101 History of the United States to 1877 (4)
- HIST 1102 History of the United States Since 1877 (4)
- GEOG 3360 Historical Geography of North America (4)

**California History (4 units)**- HIST 3500 History of California (4)

**American Government (8 units)**- POSC 1201 American Political Institutions (4)
- POSC 1202 Public Policy/California Politics (4)

**Economics (8 units)**- ECON 2301 Principles of Microeconomics (4)
- ECON 2302 Principles of Macroeconomics (4)

**Breadth and Perspectives (35 units)****Historiography and Research Methods (4 units)**- HIST 3010 Historical Writing (4)

**History/Social Science Teaching (3 units)**- TED 3001 Exploring Education (3)

**American Democracy (12 units)**One of the following:

- HIST 3412 The American Revolution (4)
- HIST 3413 The New Republic (4)
- HIST 3414 Civil War and Reconstruction (4)

One of the following:

- HIST 3415 America in the Age of Empire (4)
- HIST 3416 The Great Depression and World War II (4)
- HIST 3417 Cold War America (4)

One of the following:

- POSC 3111 The American Presidency (4)
- POSC 3120 State and Local Politics and Government (4)
- POSC 3150 Politics of California (4)
- POSC 3410 Law and Society (4)
- POSC 3441 American Constitutional Law: Government (4)
- POSC 3442 American Constitutional Law: Rights (4)

**American Diversity (4 units)**One of the following:

- ES 3810 History of Minority Education (4)
- HIST 3571 Women in American History (4)
- HIST 3572 American Women in the 20th Century (4)
- POSC 3333 Ethnic and Minority Politics (4)
- POSC 3340 Women and Politics (4)
- SOC 3420 Social Inequality (4)
- SOC 3425 Prejudice and Discrimination (4)
- SOC 3520 Sociology of Minority Groups (4)
- WOST/ES 3420 Minority Women in America (4)

**Global Perspectives (12 units)**One of the following:

- GEOG 3515 Geography of South America (4)
- GEOG 3540 China and Japan (4)
- GEOG 3550 Geography of Southeast Asia (4)

One of the following:

- HIST 3017 The Twentieth Century (4)
- HIST 3160 Europe in the 19th Century (4)
- HIST 3223 History of the Soviet Union (4)

One of the following:

- HIST 3305 Modern South Asia (4)
- HIST 3312 Modern China (4)
- HIST 3313 People’s Republic of China (4)
- HIST 3325 Post-War Japan (4)
- HIST 3345 The Modern Middle East (4)
- HIST 3605 Modern Latin America (4)

**Assessment Capstone (1 unit)**- HIST 4500 The California History/Social Science Framework (1)

No more than 8 units may be taken on a CR/NC basis. No more than 8 units with a grade below "C" may be submitted in fulfillment of any program requirement. To successfully complete the program, a student must have a minimum 2.5 GPA in courses taken to fulfill program requirements or complete additional coursework to be determined by the program advisor. Students must successfully complete the "capstone course" in the final quarter of their participation in the program.

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