Mathematics Single Subject Certificate
The purpose of the Single Subject Mathematics Certificate program is to provide individuals appropriate mathematics coursework to establish their subject matter competency in accordance with California State requirements for high school mathematics teachers. Admission is open to individuals who are majoring or have majored in an area other than mathematics and who have the equivalent of two years of high school mathematics and satisfy the SDSU Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Assessment requirement. In order to enroll in the program, individuals should contact the single subject mathematics credential adviser in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Program (46 units)
The cumulative GPA in the required courses must be 2.5 or better.
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Other requirements
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Individuals must complete at least nine upper division units at San Diego State University.