B.A. Mathematics (5-9) Courses

WGU offers degrees, not classes. As a competency-based online university, progress through your degree program is determined by demonstrating your competence through carefully designed assessments and completion of a professional portfolio, capstone, or both. As a student in this program, you will complete the courses listed below in order to graduate. These courses are required, though you may be able to clear some of these requirements through a course-by-course transcript analysis. Each course contains a study guide and recommended learning resources for you to use. Your assigned mentor will help guide you through the process.

For ease of understanding, WGU has assigned competency units to each of its courses as indicated below. A competency unit is equivalent to a semester credit hour of learning. WGU terms are six months in length. During a typical term, students will be expected to complete at least 12 to 13 competency units. Grades are assigned on a Pass/Not Pass basis; a “Pass” at WGU is equivalent to a letter grade of “B" or better.

Speak to an Enrollment Counselor for more information about these courses.

CourseCompetency Units
Foundations of College Mathematics3
Finite Mathematics4
College Algebra4
Fundamentals of Foundational Perspectives of Education3
English Composition I3
English Composition II3
Probability and Statistics I4
Pre-Calculus4
Reasoning and Problem Solving3
Cultural Studies and Diversity3
College Geometry4
Calculus I4
Elements of Effective Communication2
Application of Effective Communication1
Middle School Mathematics: Content Knowledge7
General Education Social Science: Analysis and Applications2
General Education Social Science1
Literature, Arts and the Humanities2
Literature, Arts and the Humanities: Analysis and Interpretation2
U.S. Government and Constitution3
Introduction to Biology3
Introduction to Biology Lab1
Integrated Physical Sciences3
Integrated Physical Sciences Lab1
Fundamentals of Educational Psychology3
Fundamentals of Diversity, Inclusion, and Exceptional Learners3
Classroom Management, Engagement, and Motivation3
Educational Assessment3
Introduction to Pre-Clinical Experiences3
Introduction to Instructional Planning and Presentation3
Instructional Planning and Presentation2
Application of Instructional Planning and Presentation for Mathematics1
Pre-Clinical Experiences in Mathematics3
Mathematics Learning and Teaching4
Mathematics History and Technology4
Supervised Demonstration Teaching in Mathematics, Obs 1 and 23
Supervised Demonstration Teaching in Mathematics, Obs 3 and Midterm3
Supervised Demonstration Teaching in Mathematics, Obs 4 and 53
Supervised Demonstration Teaching in Mathematics, Obs 6 and Final3
Teacher Work Sample in Mathematics2
Professional Portfolio1
Cohort Seminar3