The Certificate in Mathematics for Advanced Secondary Instruction (MASI) is designed for current and future teachers of mathematics at the advanced secondary and early college levels.
It provides the content knowledge required by instructors of mathematics courses that are designed to qualify for college credit but are offered in high school (as dual enrollment or advanced placement) or in other pre-undergraduate settings. Advanced secondary teachers will be equipped to teach college-level material with a profound understanding of the mathematical content, and they will be familiar with a variety of strategies and technologies that support content mastery.

## Contact

Inquiries concerning MASI should be directed by e-mail to

Prof. James Madden
(Dr. Madden's website is

here).

## Program Prerequisites

Applicants should have completed at least three undergraduate mathematics courses at the junior or senior level.

## Program Requirements

The Certificate in Mathematics for Advanced Secondary Instruction (MASI) requires at least 18 hours of graduate credit, at least 15 of these hours must be in mathematics, and at least 9 hours must be at 6000 level or above. 3 hours of credit may be in a mathematics intensive course in another field such as science, engineering, computer science, or statistics.