How to be a high school math teacher?

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  1. megan

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    Already have middle school math certificate. How to get a HS cert?
     
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    According to the State, I need 30 credits, I only have 15 credits.

    According to the State, I also need 12 credits of advanced level of study (junior, senior or graduate level).

    Advanced level of study junior and senior level are undergraduate courses or graduate courses?

    Thanks a lot!
     
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    That’s a question for an advisor at the university.
     
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    Didn't get any answer when I emailed to the college.
     
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    so, do anyone know that "Advanced level of study junior and senior level" are undergraduate courses or graduate courses?

    Graduate courses have to be over 400 number?
     
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    Are you already enrolled at this particular school? If so, this is absolutely a call to your advisor). If not, this should be a call to the program administrator, a person who is usually listed on the front page of the department's website.
     
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    Take this with a grain of salt, but advanced coursework would seem like either graduate classes (beyond a Bachelors) or upper-division undergraduate coursework. The latter is probably correct.
     

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