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St. Joseph's College offers online programs that enable educators to broaden their impact in the education field – at their own pace and in their own place.
Enroll in one of our programs and pave the way to an even more rewarding career. The tremendous support system provided by SJC Online's experienced faculty will prepare you to help students reach their fullest potential and exceed expectations in and out of the classroom.
The advanced certificate in mathematics education is intended to provide middle and high school teachers with skills and background knowledge to enhance their mathematics classroom teaching. Candidates for program completion will have a better understanding of the classes they teach, gain teaching ideas and lesson plans, and communicate effectively and work collaboratively within the context of a global society. Fifteen credits are required to complete this certificate. This certificate program is fully online.
Certificate students can take five of any of the following courses. Note that MAT 566 and MAT 510 may be taken multiple times, as they are offered with different topics.
MAT 505 – Integrating Technology in Mathematics Education
MAT 510 – Exploring the Next Generation Standards
MAT 546 – Probability and Statistical Inference
MAT 562 – Modern Geometry
MAT 566 – Special Topics
As a licensed behavior analyst, you will have the opportunity to work with individuals who have a medical diagnosis of autism, autism spectrum disorders or related disorders in a variety of public and private settings.
The Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis meets the newest academic requirements for licensure as Licensed Behavior Analyst in accordance with Subpart 79-17 of the New York State Commissioner’s Regulations. License applicants must meet additional requirements as outlined by NYS Education Law Title VIII, Article 167 and Commissioner’s Regulations Subpart 79-17.