City Colleges of Chicago

CCC Math Secondary Education Transfer Guide

The following transfer guide is between City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) and Saint Xavier University (SXU) for the Math Secondary Education major. The student would receive an Associate of Science (A.S.) degree from Moraine Valley and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Math Secondary Education from SXU.

The Mathematics Department at SXU strives to build a strong sense of community among faculty and undergraduate students in exploring the beauty and importance of mathematics. Mathematics is an integral part of a liberal arts education and is the foundation for many areas of study. Students who major in mathematics/ secondary education are prepared for teaching positions devoted to helping students develop the analytical and quantitative skills necessary for success in any career.

As a member of the IAI (Illinois Articulation Initiative), our participation allows students to follow a general education curriculum that will transfer smoothly to Saint Xavier University. All students who have completed the IAI general education core curriculum (IAI/GECC) are required to take two further mission-based courses at Saint Xavier University, these are: Philosophy 150: The Examined Life and one religious studies course.

General Education Courses

The following general education and supportive courses are transferable for Saint Xavier University's Math Secondary Education major.

City Colleges of Chicago Saint Xavier University
Communication (9 credit hours)
ENGLISH 101 ENGL 120: Rhetoric and Writing
ENGLISH 102 ENGL 188: Transfer English Elective
SPEECH 101 COMM 101: Speech Fundamentals
Mathematics
Suggested sequence for Math majors.
MATH 207 MATH 201: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
MATH 208 MATH 202: Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
MATH 209 MATH 203: Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
Take these after satisfying MTH 151: Calculus II/Analytic Geometry
MATH 210 MATH 303: Differential Equations
MATH 212 MATH 211: Linear Algebra
Mathematics Electives
MATH 146 MATH 200: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
Life and Physical Sciences: (7-8 credit hours, including a lab)
Life Science: Choose IAI approved course
Physical Science: Choose IAI approved course
Social and Behavioral Science and History (9 credit hours)
PSYCH 201 PSYCH 101: Introduction to Psychology
POL SCI 201 POLSC 101: Introduction to U.S. Government
HISTORY 111
or
HISTORY 112
HIST 103: U.S. History to 1877
or
HIST 104: U.S. History Since 1877
Humanities and Fine Arts (9 credit hours) **
**Students have the opportunity to satisfy 6 credit hours from the Humanities/Fine Arts General Education at SXU by completing PHIL 150 and a religious studies course.
Choose IAI approved Humanities or Fine Arts general education

Transferable Education and Application Courses

Education
EDUC 103 EDU 323: Survey of Students with Exceptionalities for the Regular Classroom Teacher
EDUC 203 EDU 202: Educational Psychology

Application Area

Choose 1 application are from Economics, Physics or Computer Science.

Economics
ECON 201 ECON 200: Principles of Economics (Macro)
ECON 202 ECON 201: Principles of Economics (Micro)
Physics (Calculus Based)
PHYSICS 235 PHYS 211: University Physics I (Calculus Based)
PHYSICS 236 PHYS 211: University Physics II (Calculus Based)
PHYSICS 237 PHYS 288: Transfer Physics Elective
Computer Science (C++ or JAVA option)
CIS 142 and CIS 242 (C++ Option) CMPSC 202: Principles of Programming I and CMPSC 203: Principles of Programming II
or
CIS 144 and CIS 244 (Java Option)
or
CMPSC 202: Principles of Programming I and CMPSC 203: Principles of Programming II

SXU Mathematics Secondary Education Requirements

These are the requirements for a Mathematics (MATH/SED) major preparing to reach at the secondary level (9-12 licensure).

Additional Information

Please refer to the SXU Academic Catalog for any additional information.

Contact

Office of Admission Transfer Student Services Center
Phone: 844-GOTO-SXU (844-468-6798)
Email: admission@sxu.edu
Phone: 773-298-3510
Email: transfercenter@sxu.edu

 

As of 2019-2020 Catalog