Combine your love of mathematics with your passion for future generations with Trevecca’s Mathematics Education degree.

Our math department has partnered with Trevecca’s School of Education to provide you with a degree balanced with the study of mathematics and education. With this collaboration, you’ll be well-prepared for a teaching career in grades six through twelve.

Upon graduation, students within the mathematics education program will be ready to start teaching or will be able to enroll in the fifth year master’s program for a year-long internship.

Our small class sizes ensure that you’ll receive thorough attention, advising and instruction from professors who not only hold the highest degrees in their fields, but who will work with you one-on-one on different projects, mentorships and research. Earning your degree at Trevecca means you’ll receive a quality education without sacrificing your beliefs or values, our strong Christian community ensures that you’ll have support each step of the way and opportunity to grow your perspective and worldview.

At Trevecca, we encourage our mathematics students to participate in the national and international math community; our students have opportunities to apply for internships, conferences and research projects around the world. Many of our students have attended the NSF Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) and the Joint Mathematics Meeting, the largest annual mathematics conference in the world, held in cities such as San Diego and Boston.

Our graduates are well-prepared for a growing job market. With STEM jobs projected to grow by 9 million between now and 2024, Trevecca mathematics graduates face a bright future. The graduates of this program have a 100% pass rate on the Math Praxis, a test that is required for teaching licensure in Tennessee. 

STEM teachers are in high demand, so if you’re looking for the opportunity to combine your love of math with teaching Trevecca’s mathematics education program might be right for you.