The School of Technology offers the majors in Mathematics – Teaching Degree (4/111) and Business Mathematics (4/112). The courses address theory, practice and mandatory internships, as well as complementary activities and elective courses.

During the program, students will have the opportunity to have teaching and business practices, develop research or teaching projects, and activities at the Science and Technology Museum – MCT, at the Science and Technology Park of PUCRS – Tecnopuc, or in the Graduate Program in Sciences and Mathematics Education – EDUCEM. All the courses are offered in the evening.

The goal of the Teaching Degree program is to produce Mathematics teachers to teach in Elementary and High Schools. These professionals will have a comprehensive view of an educator’s role, with a solid knowledge of appropriate teaching methodologies. These professionals will also have an understanding of the reality they live in, in its cultural, political, religious and social aspects. Graduates will also develop research activities, design programs, teach and evaluate textbooks. Graduates from this program can work in a variety of settings: Elementary, Middle and High School (public and private) as well as Vocational programs.

1 4116A-06 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics
1 98F03-04 Plane Geometry
1 4116C-04 Introduction to Mathematics Research
1 4115L-02 Discrete Mathematics (Information Systems)
1 4110R-04 Mathematical Finance
2 4114W-00 Complementary Activities (200 Hours)
2 98F41-04 Calculus 1
2 48305-02 Geometric Drawing
2 4114L-12 Elective Courses
2 41172-04 Geometry II
2 4116D-04 Mathematical Logic
2 4116E-04  Mathematics: Teaching and Laboratory Practices
2 1432K-02 Educational Psychology: Development
3 98F42-04 Calculus 2
3 4116F-02 Analytic Geometry
3 4116G-02 Combinatorial Analysis Practicum
3 4116H-04 Mathematics: Teaching Practices
3 1432L-04 Educational Psychology: Learning
3 4114G-04 Algebra A
4 4115P-02 Differential and Integral Calculus III
4 1445D-04 Organization and Policies of Basic Education
4 95304-04 Probability and Statistics
4 4116J-02  Technology Resources in Mathematics Teaching
4 4210E-04 Topics in Classical Physics
4 4114H-04 Algebra B
5 4115R-04 Differential and Integral Calculus IV
5 1426J-04 Didactics
5 11521-04 Humanism and Religious Culture
5 4121A-02 Statistics Teaching Methodology
5 4210F-02 Topics in Modern Physics
5 4114P-04 Linear Algebra
6 4116P-02 Internship: Teaching Practices (80 hours)
6 4116L-04 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
6 95305-04 Applied Mathematics
6 4116N-04 Mathematics Teaching Methodology (Elementary and Middle School)
6 4116M-02 Complex Variables
7 4116R-04 Mathematical Analysis
7 4113S-04 Numerical Analysis A
7 4116S-04 Elementary and Middle School Internship (160 Hours)
7 4116K-04 Mathematics Teaching Methodology (High School)
8 4116T-04 High School Internship (160 Hours)
8 4111M-04 Evolution of Mathematical Thinking
8 1216C-04 Brazilian Sign Language
8 1501A-04 Ethics and Civic Consciousness