Faculty Credentialing: Mathematics and Statistics

College Credit Plus

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Overview

This program in mathematics and statistics is designed to provide the graduate level credentials to allow high school teachers to teach college level mathematics courses in their high schools through College Credit Plus (CCP). In addition, teachers completing this program will meet the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) standards for eligibility to teach courses in Ohio public community colleges and universities. Students who complete the Certificate program are well-positioned to enter the MS Program in Mathematics.

Admission Requirements and Process

Secondary math teachers who wish to pursue the teaching credential/certificate must submit to the Graduate School the following:

The application form must be completed with all required documents attached. The form when completed must be signed and dated. All application materials become the property of the Graduate School and cannot be returned.

Send application materials to:

Graduate School
344 Student Union
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Program of Study

Students may earn a Certificate in Mathematics and Statistics by completing the following program of courses, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and at most two C grades:

Required:      

  • STT 5600: Applied Statistics I    
  • STT 5610: Applied Statistics II     
  • MTH 6310: Real Variables I    
  • MTH 6320: Real Variables II    
  • MTH 6510: Modern Algebra I     
  • MTH 6570: Combinatorics and Graph Theory (4 credit hours)

Total: 19 semester credit hours

Appropriate regularly-offered 6000 level MTH/STT courses could be substituted with the approval of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Students should meet with the department’s program advisor to develop an individual program of study before scheduling classes.

Course Schedule

  • MTH 6570 is offered Summer 2016, on campus.
  • STT 5600, MTH 6310, and MTH 6510 are offered Fall 2016, on campus.
  • STT 5610, and MTH 6320 are offered Spring 2017, on campus.