Increase Your Teaching Capacity

Broadening your skill-set to stretch the boundaries of your capabilities shows fortitude and commitment to growth. Like many other professions focused on job preservation, educators are being urged to expand their talents to incorporate additional subject matter competencies into their credentials. Completing this program will enable you to add a Supplementary Authorization in Introductory Mathematics to your existing credential, moving you on your way to a more comprehensive career in teaching and raising your "desirability" factor. This program is aligned with the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) requirements to teach departmentalized classes to math grades 9 and below. The Supplementary Authorization in Introductory Mathematics is not No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Compliant. Additional units are needed to meet the Federal Regulation requirements for subject matter competency, with individual district approval.

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    Est. Tuition $2,500

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    Learning Format Online

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    Duration 12-18 months *

    * Duration times can vary talk to your student success coach for more information.
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    Total Units 16 Units

Required Courses

In-Person Online Hybrid Online with Live Sessions
Course Schedules are Subject to Change
Required (16 Units )
 
 
WinterSpringSummerFall
College AlgebraBasic algebra, linear functions and equations, quadratic functions and equations, operations with functions and a basic understanding of the real number system.
4 Units
Linear AlgebraBased on the concepts of rate and ratio, this course addresses topics that lead to an understanding of linear functions and equations.
4 Units
Non-Linear AlgebraAdvanced algebraic concepts.
4 Units
Fundamental Concepts of Geometry - Part IIntroduction and review of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometric concepts and instructional strategies for teaching geometry.
4 Units
Fundamental Concepts of Geometry - Part IIAn in-depth look at Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometric concepts.
4 Units
Developing the Real Number SystemBasic mathematical skills to enhance conceptual understanding and improve teachers' content skills for teaching mathematics in K-8 classrooms.
4 Units
Developing the Real Number System - Part BReview of basic concepts of the real number system that emphasize concepts of whole numbers, factors, fractions and decimals.
4 Units

Getting Started

We offer multiple start dates to give you flexibility in your eduction, life and work schedules.

May10Spring 2021
Jun07Spring 2021
Jun21Summer 2021

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