The program is primarily aimed at current teachers and instructors at the high school or community college levels. It provides students with graduate-level academic credentials in Pure or Applied Mathematics and is designed to satisfy broad needs in professional development and can be tailored to individual needs.
The program requires students to complete four graduate-level courses in mathematics (one can be at the advanced undergraduate level, i.e., 400 level). Students are expected to earn at least a C- in all courses and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for graduation.
The program will allow students to increase their skills and knowledge in mathematics either for future job opportunities or in preparation for graduate studies.
Through the completion of the online mathematics graduate certificate program, instructors will expose students to their knowledge of the field and thus become a better teacher. Students will also learn about new material that can be used in their courses and acquire a renewed understanding and appreciation for the role played by mathematics in the sciences and technology through concrete examples.
Apply by November 25 for Spring
Apply by March 25 for Summer I
Apply by May 10 for Summer II
Apply by June 25 for Fall
Late applications will be considered as long as space allows.