Certificate in Mathematics Learning & Teaching
The Certificate of Graduate Studies in Mathematics Learning and Teaching requires the completion of 15 credit hours of coursework and is designed to provide mathematics teachers with development opportunities for enhancing the quality of their instruction. Recognizing many teachers pursue graduate studies while working full-time, the program has been designed so that it can be completed over five quarters (requiring only one course per quarter), and is offered in an online format.
Students in the certificate program take courses alongside those in the MS program. Certificate students may concurrently pursue the Master’s degree in Mathematics Learning & Teaching or the MS in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum. Additionally, students may take additional required courses towards this degree each semester. All of the Mathematics Learning & Teaching courses count towards the 18 required “concentration courses” of the MS in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum program.
|MTED 601||Diagnosing Student Mathematical Thinking||3.0|
|Select two of the following:||6.0|
|Proportional and Algebraic Reasoning|
|Geometry & Spatial Reasoning|
|Data Analysis and Probabalistic & Statistical Reasoning|
|Functions through the Curriculum|
|Students select 6.0 additional credits from any 600- 700 level MTED courses.||6.0|