##### Minimum Instructor Qualifications:

- Master’s degree (MS, MA) in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or Statistics; OR
- Master’s degree in Mathematics Education or Master’s degree in Teaching (e.g., MST, MAT) with an emphasis in mathematics;

AND Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or Statistics;

AND 18 quarter hours (12 semester hours) in graduate level mathematics, OR - Master’s degree in a field related to mathematics
^{†};

AND 27 quarter hours (18 semester hours) in graduate-level mathematics

##### Demonstrated Competency

for part-time faculty and dual credit instructors may be satisfied by any one of the following, if the above Minimum Instructor Qualifications have not been met:

- Master’s degree in a field related to mathematics
^{†}; OR - For courses numbered 99 and below:

Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or Mathematics Education or in Education with an emphasis in mathematics;

AND transcript showing successful completion of a full year of calculus;

AND three years full‐time (or equivalent cumulative part‐time) mathematics teaching experience within grade 6 or above

- For MTH 105, MTH 111, MTH 112:

Master’s degree in Mathematics Education or Master’s degree in Teaching (MST, MAT) with an emphasis in mathematics

AND Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or a subject related to mathematics;^{†}

AND transcript showing successful completion of a full year of calculus if the Bachelor's degree is not in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or Statistics;

AND three years full-time (or equivalent cumulative part-time) experience teaching pre-calculus or calculus courses

- For MTH 211, MTH 212, and MTH 213:

Master’s degree in Mathematics Education

OR (Master’s degree in Education or Teaching with an emphasis in mathematics

AND three years full‐time [or equivalent cumulative part‐time] mathematics teaching experience)

##### Provisional Approval:

- 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 on their transcripts have provisional approval to teach.

^{†}"Related fields" include, but are not limited to, Physics and Engineering. The appropriate Division Dean, in consultation with a Mathematics Faculty Department Chair, will make a recommendation to the appropriate DOI about the applicability of a particular degree as a "related field.” As Math Education is handled separately in these qualifications, it is not to be considered a "related field."

All degrees and transcripts must be from a regionally accredited college or university.

Revised: May 2015