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Mathematics Graduate Certificate

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A Graduate Certificate Program Designed for Teachers of Undergraduate Mathematics

The Mathematics Graduate Certificate is designed for those individuals who already have a master’s degree and need 18 credit hours of graduate mathematics to meet credential requirements for teaching undergraduate mathematics courses.

A Summers-Only, Mostly Online Delivery with Short Visits to Colorado

This program is delivered over the course of two Summers.

  • In June and July, you will attend online classes that include synchronous (scheduled) online class sessions.
  • You will also join us for four days each July in Greeley, Colorado (near the Rocky Mountains and Denver).

Ensure Your Eligibility to Teach Undergraduate Mathematics Courses...

Including Dual Enrollment or Community College Teaching

Many colleges and universities require a master's degree and a minimum of 18 graduate Mathematics credits for instructors of college-level math courses (whether teaching on-campus, online or dual enrollment courses). This requirement is in many cases mandated by each institution's regional accrediting body, including:

Also Available as a Master's Degree

If you would like to take these credits as part of a master's degree, learn more about our Mathematics MA: Teaching Emphasis

  • The Higher Learning Commission, which accredits colleges and universities in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
  • The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, which accredits colleges and universities in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

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Credits Required:
Time to Completion:
Just over 1 year - courses two Summers in a row
$520/credit hour

Delivery Options:

Program Coordinator:

Jodie Novak, PhD


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