In order to obtain a Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics, students must complete:
1) subject matter certification requirements and
2) professional education coursework requirements.
The Single Subject Matter Waiver Program in Mathematics, as well as the Foundational Level Subject Matter Waiver Program in Mathematics listed below, have been approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) as satisfying the subject matter certification requirement for high school and middle school mathematics respectively. Students should consult advisors in the Charter College of Education and refer to the College of Education section of the Academic Programs: College-Based and University-Wide chapter of this catalog for regulations governing required professional education coursework.
Students planning to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with the goal of a teaching credential in mathematics should follow the course listings for the B. S. Mathematics and select either the Integrated Teaching option or the Traditional Teaching option, both of which are subject matter certified. Others who have already earned or are currently pursuing a baccalaureate in another discipline must pass either the appropriate subject examination (CSET MathematicsI-III) or complete one of the approved programs of course work listed below to complete subject matter certification in Mathematics.
Note: Students in these programs must earn a grade C or higher in all courses listed.