Mathematics and Technology (Advanced Certificate)
Welcome to the Mathematics and Technology (Advanced Certificate) program home page. Use this page as a guide to the program from acceptance to graduation.
- Frank Gardella and Dennis M. Robbins, Program Leaders
- Bonnie M. Veronico, Graduation and Administrative Advisor
Newly Accepted Students
Getting Started and Orientation
New Student Checklist
Welcome to the School of Education! Visit the Newly Accepted Students page for a checklist to get you started at Hunter College.
New Student Support
If at any point you need support, please reach out to our New Student Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org or make an appointment.
Students will attend two orientations to cover all the information needed to start your program:
- General New Student Orientation
- Program Advising Session
See “Program Related Events” for details about upcoming sessions.
Financing Your Degree
Visit the Financing Your Degree page for information.
Fingerprint Clearance Requirements
All students in teacher preparation programs as well as programs in school counseling need to be fingerprinted so that they are cleared to work with children in various settings including New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) public schools, charter networks, and other organizations. Visit the Fingerprinting page for requirements and procedures.
The program sequence provides a suggested order of courses for the program based on start date. For technical registration support and troubleshooting, please visit the Register for Classes page.
For students Entering in the Fall of the Academic Year
CEDC 740 – Contemporary Mathematics in the Elementary School (3 credits)
CEDC 779 – Robotics and Engineering (3 credits)
CEDC 716 – Educational Technology in Mathematics/Science Teaching and Learning (3 credits)
CEDC 748 – Geometry and Measurement in the Elementary Curriculum (3 credits)
CEDC 747 – Number Theory and Algebra in the Elementary Curriculum (3 credits)
Hunter College Catalog
To review descriptions of specific courses and academic progress standards for the program along with exit requirements please use the course catalog for the year you were admitted to the program.
There are no clinical experiences for this program.
Graduation is the official completion of your program and conferral of an academic degree. In order to graduate, students must apply for graduation using CUNYFirst the semester before the semester of their planned graduation and complete any outstanding requirements by the stated deadlines. Visit the Graduation and Commencement page for complete information.
Certification and Licensure
This program does not lead to certification or licensure.