Math and Science Program Plans and CC Roadmaps

 

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Cal State LA offers the following degree programs to help one become a math or science teacher in a high school. 

Degree type

(BS)

Units for Degree+Credential

 

Approximate years to graduate

Approx. tuition & fee cost for degree+credential

Math fITEP

(Fast-track ITEP)

135 (Math BS Degree & Credential)

4 years (8 semesters of 15 or more units each & 1 summer bridge)

$30,429

Math ITEP

135 (Math BS Degree & Credential)

5.5+ years at 12 units per semester

$37,191+

Math

Traditional

120 (Math BS Degree) + 47 (math credential)

7 years at 12 units per semester (5 years for degree and 4 semesters of credential)

$33,810 (degree)+$15,360 (credential)

(Credential unit cost is higher)

Science Traditional

120 (Science BS Degree)+ 47 (science credential)

7 years at 12 units per semester (5 years for degree and 4 semesters of credential)

$33,810 (degree)+$15,360 (credential)

(Credential unit cost is higher)

Based on 2019 financial data provided at http://www.calstatela.edu/sfinserv/cashiers-office, and roadmaps provided at http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/ccoe/programs/ss

In 2007, MSTI hosted the very first Community College Conference and MSTI faculty started working on customized CC transfer curricula, in conjunction with the CC faculty. Then came semester conversion in 2016, and our courses went through requisite modification. This year we reworked the CC-Calstste LA pathways, and those can be found below.

Note for students: A Program Plan lists all the course requirements of a degree program, whereas a Roadmap lists one possible path to complete those course requirements.