Student Learning Outcomes - An individual who completes the graduate certificate in Mathematics will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Communicate mathematical ideas clearly and coherently.
- Interpret mathematical problems and formulate solutions.
- Construct clear and concise mathematical proofs and other logical arguments.
The graduate certificate in Mathematics is designed for high school teachers, community college or university instructors who need graduate hours in mathematics in order to teach college level mathematics courses.
To be accepted into this program a student must have an undergraduate major in mathematics, or course work equivalent to a Central major in mathematics, with a minimum grade-point average of 3.00 in upper level mathematics courses.
A student not meeting these minimum standards may consult the School of Computer Science and Mathematics for possible acceptance on a conditional basis.