An introduction to axiomatic study and proof of foundational concepts of Euclidean geometry, trigonometry, coordinates and vectors, transformations, non-Euclidean and three dimensional geometry. Technology for exploring, learning, and presenting geometry will be covered. This course is designed for secondary mathematics education majors. Prerequisite: Mathematics 110 or above with a “C” or better. (Offered in Fall Semester of odd years.) Credit, 3 hours.