Waiver Program for Single Subject Credential in Mathematics 
Students who are seeking a Single Subject credential in Mathematics must pass
the appropriate subject examination (PRAXIS/SSAT Series) or complete an approved
program of course work. Those who are majoring in mathematics may accomplish this
by selecting the Single Subject Teaching Option. Others who have earned
or are pursuing a baccalaureate in another discipline may qualify
for the Single Subject credential in Mathematics by completing the
waiver program described below. Students should consult advisers in the department
and the Charter College of Education for regulations governing all
teaching credential programs.

It is assumed that students entering
this program have completed two courses in algebra and one in trigonometry.
Required Courses (6971 units):

MATH 206209 Calculus IIV (4, 4, 4, 4)
MATH 248 Discrete Mathematics (4)
MATH 255 Introduction to Matrix Theory (4)
MATH 320 Selected Topics in History of Mathematics (4)
MATH 325 Mathematical Notation and Proof (4)
MATH 398 Observation and Tutoring (111)
MATH 430 Modern Geometry (4)
MATH 446 Theory of Numbers (4)
MATH 455 Modern Algebra 1 (4)
MATH 465 Advanced Calculus 1 (4)
MATH 474 Theory of Probability (4)
MATH 490 Senior Seminar (4)
CS 201 Introduction to Programming (4) or
CS 290 Introduction to FORTRAN Programming (2)
PHYS 201, 202 General Physics (4, 4)
 Electives (minimum 12 units):
Choose at least 12 units from the following courses in related
areas:

BIOL 300, 340, 408
CE 202
CHEM 101, 102,103, 401, 402, 403
CIS 228, 283, 294
CS 202, 240, 340, either of 201 or 290 if not selected above
ECON 209, 309, 310, 391, 403, 409, 410 ,414, 416
EE 244, 345
ENGR 201, 204
MATH 215, 420, 456, 457, 466, 470, 472, 475
ME 306, 326A
PHIL 250, 404, 405,406
PHYS 203205, 306, 410AB, 427, 428, 432AB, 488

Supplementary Authorization for Single or Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

Holders of a Single Subject or Multiple
Subject teaching credential issued by the California Commission on
Teacher Credentialing may supplement that credential with an authorization in
Mathematics for teaching mathematics at any grade level through grade 9 by completing
the following courses with a grade of C or higher in each course.
For other requirements governing issuance of this authorization, consult
the Charter College of Education.

Complete or demonstrate proficiency in
each of the following courses (3032 units):
 Required Courses (16 units):
 MATH 102 College Algebra (4)
MATH 103 Algebra and Trigonometry (4)
MATH 206 Calculus I (4)
MATH 207 Calculus II (4)
Select three from the following (12 units):
 MATH 208 Calculus IIl (4)
MATH 248 Discrete Mathematics (4)
MATH 255 Introduction to Matrix Theory (4)
MATH 274 Introduction to Statistics (4)
MATH 320 Selected Topics in History of Mathematics (4)
MATH 325 Mathematical Notation and Proof (4)
MATH 430* Modern Geometry (4)
MATH 474** Theory of Probability (4) *prerequisite: MATH 208
**prerequisite: MATH 208 AND 209

 Select one from the following (2 or 4 units):

CS 190 BASIC Programming (2)
CS 201 Introduction to Programming (4)
CS 290 Introduction to FORTRAN Programming (2)

