MTH - Mathematics Instructor Qualifications

MTH 99 AND BELOW
  1. Master’s degree (MA or MS) in Mathematics or Mathematics Education from a regionally accredited college or university; OR
  2. A graduate degree in a related field*, such as, but not limited to, Physics or Engineering, with successful completion of at least 30 quarter credits of graduate level mathematics courses.
MTH 100 AND ABOVE
  1. Master’s degree (MA or MS) in Mathematics from a regionally accredited college or university; OR
  2. A graduate degree in a related field*, such as, but not limited to, Education, Physics, or Engineering, with successful completion of at least 30 quarter credits of graduate level mathematics courses.

* The appropriate Division Dean, in consultation with a Mathematics Faculty Department Chair, will make a recommendation to the Dean of Instruction about the applicability of a particular degree as “a related field.”

 

Demonstrated Competency
MTH 99 AND BELOW
  1. Master’s degree in a related field* such as, but not limited to, Physics or Engineering; OR
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or Mathematics Education or in Education with an emphasis in mathematics ANDTranscript showing successful completion of a full year of calculusAND three years full‐time (or equivalent cumulative part‐time) mathematics teaching experience within grades 6 or above.
  3. Bachelor’s degree in Business may be substituted for instructors of MTH 30.
MTH 100 AND ABOVE
  1. Master’s degree in a related field* such as, but not limited to, Physics or Engineering; OR
  2. Master’s degree in Mathematics Education or Education may be substituted for instructors of MTH 211, MTH 212, and MTH 213.

* The appropriate Division Dean, in consultation with a Mathematics Faculty Department Chair, will make a recommendation to the Dean of Instruction about the applicability of a particular degree as “a related field.”

 

Provisional Approval
MTH 99 AND BELOW
  • Mathematics graduate students who are actively working on a degree (taking at least 1 credit per year) and have successful completion of at least 27 quarter credits in graduate level Mathematics courses on their transcript.

MTH 100 AND ABOVE
  • Mathematics graduate students who are actively working on a degree (taking at least 1 credit per year) and have successful completion of at least 27 quarter credits in graduate level Mathematics courses on their transcript.

 

Approved: April 2013

MTH Instructor Qualifications Prior to April 2013