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Supplementary Authorization in Introductory Mathematics

Supplementary Authorization in Introductory Mathematics

Online Program

At-a-Glance

12-18 months

$2,500

16 Units

Online

Raise your desirability factor by a new authorization to your existing credential. Whether for job preservation or expansion into a new subject area, being qualified in multiple areas is beneficial to every teacher. Bring math concepts to life.

This program is not NCLB compliant; additional units are needed to meet the federal regulation requirements for subject matter competency, with individual district approval. Stretch the boundaries of your teaching to open the door to more opportunities.

This authorization can be added to any of the following valid California teaching credentials: Single Subject, Multiple Subject, Standard Elementary, Standard Secondary or Special Secondary.

Designed For

Teachers holding a valid Single Subject, Multiple Subject, Standard Elementary or Standard Secondary Teaching Credential who are interested in teaching Math.

What You'll Learn

  • Content to enhance your understanding for teaching math curriculum
  • Math approaches as they relate to the California Mathematics Framework, content standards and Common Core
  • How to integrate cross-curricular teaching strategies and real-life applications into the classroom

What You Can Do With This Certificate

Teaching positions are available in both private and public schools.

Program Overview

Required

16 Units

“I added an Authorization in Math to my credential to be more of an asset for my Academic Success students. It was all online, so it afforded me the luxury to take the time I needed until I was satisfied with the concepts, and mastered the learning. The exposure to the Common Core Standards was invaluable.”

Kate Gentilucci

Teacher
Victor Valley Union High School USD
Victorville, CA

Earning the Certificate

Prior to enrolling, please ensure that you meet the following minimum requirements:

  1. Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution
  2. One of the following valid California teaching credentials:
    1. Multiple Subject
    2. Single Subject
    3. Standard Elementary
    4. Standard Secondary
    5. Special Secondary

UCR Extension only submits recommendations to CTC on behalf of students who have completed all coursework through UCR Extension.

CTC requires 15 upper-division quarter units. If you include lower-division units, CTC will double the unit requirements from 15 to 30 quarter units.

For more information see How to Earn a Certificate

Certificate Courses

Our certificate programs are designed to be flexible, allowing you the option to take just a few courses or to earn the complete certificate. If choosing to complete the certificate, we recommend you get the most out of your experience by following the suggested completion path below.

Quarter 1

College Algebra

MATH X409

4 units

Basic algebra, linear functions and equations, quadratic functions and equations, operations with functions and a basic understanding of the real number system.

For teaching mathematics in middle and high school classrooms.

Fundamental Concepts of Geometry - Part I

MATH X415.1

4 units

Introduction and review of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometric concepts and instructional strategies for teaching geometry. Problem-solving and critical thinking skills, logic, and inductive and deductive reasoning will be highlighted while covering such topics as angles, area, volume, polygons, quadrilaterals, parallels, polyhedras, tessellations, circles, similarity, congruence and topology.

For teaching mathematics in middle and high school classrooms.

Quarter 2

Strategies for Effective Mathematics Instruction

MATH X432

4 units

Utilizing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) and Standards for Mathematical Practice (MP), participants develop strategies to enhance their teaching pedagogy and incorporate the content and depth of understanding set forth by the CCSSM

For teaching mathematics in middle and high school classrooms.

“I work hard to stay in tune with my UCR Extension students because I, too, am in the "trenches" teaching math to our secondary students. I enjoy facilitating a community of educators in pursuit of one goal--making mathematics meaningful.”

Gabrielle Ladner-Mejia

Math Teacher
Val Verde Unified School District
Perris, CA

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