About this program
The Graduate Certificate in Mathematics is an 18-credit-hour program consisting of elective graduate-level mathematics and statistics courses designed to deepen and broaden student’s knowledge, application, and appreciation of advanced mathematics and statistics.
The program is intended for:
- Post-baccalaureate students who seek to extend their undergraduate mathematics and statistics education.
- High school teachers who seek professional development, especially towards the qualification to teach college-level math courses in concurrent enrollment programs.
- Mathematics instructors who seek qualification to teach at colleges and universities.
- Individuals who seek professional advancement in their current careers.
Upon attaining the graduate certificate, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate understanding of graduate-level topics arising in diverse area of mathematics and/or statistics.
- Communicate mathematical concepts in writing and orally at an advanced level.
- Demonstrate mathematical problem-solving skills at an advanced level.
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