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Certificate of Graduate Studies in Secondary Mathematics The Certificate of Graduate Studies (COGS) in Secondary Mathematics will provide an opportunity for mathematics teachers to pursue advanced study in both mathematics and mathematics education. Goals will include: increasing teachers’ mathematics content knowledge, increasing teachers’ pedagogical knowledge, and increasing teachers’ familiarity with current and historical research in mathematics education. Admission requirements: The applicant for the COGS in secondary mathematics will be expected to have completed a minimum of 30 semester hours at the undergraduate level of mathematics (or have a secondary mathematics teaching certificate). Enrollment in all COGS require eligibility for graduate study (ie.: attainment of a bachelor’s degree). Matriculation must take place by the completion of 6 semester hours. Course requirements: Students will complete a minimum of 15 semester hours of graduate credits in classes taught both by the College of Liberal Arts & Science’s Mathematics Department (9 semester hours) and the College of Education’s Secondary Education Department (6 semester hours). I. Mathematics Core 6 semester hours MATH 01.500 Foundations of Mathematics II. Mathematics Requirement 3 semester hours MATH 01.561 School Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint III. Mathematics Education 6 semester hours MATH 01.560 Processes and Principles in School Mathematics SMED 33.600 Problems in Math Ed I For an application packet or for registration material, visit the graduate school web page at: http://www.rowan.edu/graduateschool/prospective_students/grad_application/index.htm Certificate Of Graduate Study In Secondary Mathematics Education
