College of Science and Health > Academics > Mathematical Sciences > Certificate Programs > Certificate in Mathematics for Community College Teaching
Students in the Certificate in Mathematics for Community College Teaching ('Certificate') program must follow the academic standing, probation and dismissal guidelines, among other guidelines, found in the Program Graduate Academic Student Handbook for Master of Science in Mathematics for Teaching (MSMT).
Certificate seekers can be graduates of DePaul University's Master of Arts in Mathematics Education (MAMEd) program. The purpose of the Certificate is to fortify the MAMEd degree for students who wish to teach at the community college level.
The Certificate is comprised of five courses at 20 credit hours, those of which are part of DePaul's Master of Science in Mathematics Teaching (MSMT) degree but which are not part of the MAMEd degree. Students are restricted from earning both the Certificate and the MSMT.
Students in the Certificate program must apply for degree conferral via Campus Connection in advance of their final quarter in the program in order to have their coursework audited for the awarding and delivery of their certificate.
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Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Complete a DePaul University College of Science and Health graduate admission online application and submit official transcripts from all previous college course work. A bachelor's degree (from a regionally accredited institution), or equivalent is required.