With the elementary education and special education fields expected to grow 6 percent between now and 2024, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, now is the perfect time to pursue your dream of teaching. Get started with the Springfield College mathematics and computer technology teacher licensure program, which will provide you with a strong foundation in mathematics and computer technology, equipping you to conquer the ever-changing environment of today’s classroom. 

Our curriculum provides students with a basic program of study in mathematics, computer science, and computer graphics, as well as education courses that offer guidance for leading and instructing elementary or special education students. 

Studying Mathematics and Computer Technology Education At Springfield College
A group of students from the Springfield College Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science stand together at a Rubik's Cube competition
Rubik's Cube Competition

The Springfield College Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science recently hosted its annual Rubik's Cube competition welcoming students from throughout the campus community an opportunity to compete for free prizes. 

Students in the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science participate in a Pumpkin contest at Halloween
Great Mathematical Pumpkin Contest

Faculty, staff and students join in on the Great Mathematical Pumpkin contest for some Halloween fun.

Two female students pretend to eat skittles during a math assignment
Discovery Learning Assessment

Students in Math 105 participate in a Discovery Learning Assessment. The experiment was in modeling the Skittle population, where math and Skittles were enjoyed by all!