Algebra I

Add-on Endorsement only

The Algebra I add-on endorsement program is not a degree program.  The program is intended for experienced or prospective teachers who hold or are eligible for licensure and wish to add Algebra I as an endorsement to their teaching license.  Students must complete a Program of Studies with the Mathematics Education program professor and submit the Program of Studies to the Director of Admission of the School of Education.  The Program of Studies must be on file with both the Office of Academic Programs and the Office of Teacher Education and Professional Services.

Program Requirements
Pre-Service Teachers
MATH 111 Calculus I
MATH 112 Calculus II
MATH 211 Linear Algebra
MATH 214 Foundations of Mathematics
MATH 307 Abstract Algebra
MATH 351 Applied Statistics
MATH 416 Topics in Geometry

EDUC 443/


Curriculum and Instruction Methods for Mathematics
CSCI 141 Introduction to Computer Science
In-Service Teachers
MATH 536
Algebra and Functions for Teachers
MATH 111
Calculus I
MATH 211 Linear Algebra
MATH 516 Geometry and Measurement for Teachers (which includes competencies in Trigonometry and Introductory Computer Science)
MATH 509 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (which includes competencies in Introductory Computer Science)
MATH 539 Discrete Mathematics (which includes competencies in Introductory Computer Science)
Electives 6 credits

In order to be eligible for the Algebra I endorsement through the College of William & Mary, a minimum of two (2) of the required courses must be completed at William & Mary with a grade of B- or better in each.  Additionally, the combined GPA of all courses in the program must be at least 3.0.

For more information regarding these programs, contact [[mmmaso, Dr. Margie Mason]] at (757) 221-2327.