Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics SMPP

Bachelor of Arts With Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Program (SMPP)

Upper Division Elective:

Other Requirement for Students Who Are Seeking Credential and/or Applying to Credential Program

 

SMPP Approval (Form V)

            Dr. Björg Jóhannsdóttir

            Email: bjohannsdottir@csustan.edu

            Phone: (209) 667-3547

            Office: Science I building Room S111

Prerequisites for the credential program

 

In addition to regular math classes and SMPP Approval (Form V), students who are seeking credential program are required to take prerequisite and/or co-requisite courses from CSU Stanislaus prior to the application to the credential program. Please check the following website and click on the appropriate Information link for the up-to-date requirements: https://www.csustan.edu/credentials/credential-information-application-forms

Additional Information

Visit Credential Services website for additional information  (https://www.csustan.edu/credentials)

 

Fall 2016 Application Information for our Credential Programs

 

           1. Priority Application Period for all programs- January 28 - Feruary 12, 2016

2. Regular Application Period for Elementary and Special Education (Ed Specialist) - February 15 -     March 10, 2016

3. Mandatory Orientations: May 6, 2016

4. Regular Application Period for Secondary Education - February 15 - March 3, 2016

5. Mandatory Orientation: April 29, 2016

There are two separate applications to enter the Credential Program.

 

1. Application to the University Graduate School, $55 fee. Apply online at www.csumentor.edu

            2. Application to the Credential Program, $30 fee. For application information click on the Credential                 Services link above.

  • Preparation for taking credentialing exams, such as the CBEST and the Single Subject Math CSET I & II

All credential candidates must pass the CBEST, both to enter into the credential program and also to obtain a credential. Math teacher candidates who are not on the SMPP tract will also need to take the Math CSET’s I & II. Passage of these two CSET’s will earn a foundational level math credential.

  1. Contact Information:

            Ms. Tara Ribeiro

            email: tribeiro@csustan.edu

            phone: (209) 667-3589

            DBH 300

 

  1. Stan State offers CBEST Workshops and Single Subject Math CSET I & II Review Sessions. (https://www.csustan.edu/math/ccmp)

 

  1. Teachers Test PREP offers online workshops for CBEST and Math CSET I & II. Students can check out the services offered and view sample videos at http://www.teacherstestprep.com/.

 

  1. Ms. Tara Ribeiro has a CBEST tutor on staff who works one-on-one with students who are struggling to pass the CBEST. Students who have failed any of the three sections at least once, are eligible to receive tutoring services. The service is free. Please contact Tara for a referral.

       5. Ms. Tara Ribeiro has both CBEST and SSCP Math CSET I & II preparation manuals that she loans              to students. Please contact Tara if you would like to check one out.

       6. If you have questions about the exams, Ms. Tara Ribeiro offers credentialing examination advising.

 

Financial Aid and Scholarship Opportunities

 

Dreamers

https://www.csustan.edu/dreamers

 

Career Advice

Career Training

 

Career Opportunities

  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates from NSF:

            http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/reu_search.jsp

            (For more additional information on the graduate school, please clikc on the following link to

            Dr. Brian Jue's website: http://archive.csustan.edu/math/jue/gradlinks.htm)

California Energy Commission:  

 

 

Note: For additional information on Job/Internship opportunities, please click on the following link to Dr. Brian Jue's website: http://archive.csustan.edu/math/jue/joblinks.htm

 

Additional Information on Mathematics:

Please click on the following link to Dr. Brian Jue's website: http://archive.csustan.edu/math/jue/mathlinks.htm