Great Math Skills Translate to Lifelong Benefits
If you feel ready transition to a new profession and you've always had an interest in numbers, analyzing data, and you're passionate about children, perhaps a change to a new career in education is the right fit for you. Earn a Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification in Math 4-8 from University of Houston-Clear Lake, and you can help students acquire the math skills that translate into lifelong analytical skills. You could inspire your students to someday address the most diverse challenges the world faces in engineering, technology and science.
Strengthen Students' Overall Math Proficiency
When you teach math at the elementary and middle school levels, you'll help students understand mathematical structures, think hypothetically, and understand cause and effect. These are crucial foundation elements for success in the higher math they'll encounter in high school and beyond. The combination of relevant, useful coursework through UHCL's College of Education, a hands-on teaching internship, dedicated professors who are committed to your success, and your own previous professional experience will enable you to become an effective, creative math educator who will engage students' passion to learn more about math.Although it is not necessary for students holding at least a bachelor's degree and seeking initial teacher certification to pursue a second bachelor's degree, those who wish to do so must meet the university's lower-level requirements in addition to the requirements for both teacher certification and the second degree, unless such requirements were met through the completion of the first bachelor's degree. These lower-level requirements are described in the Core section of the catalog.
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Deadlines for Applying
- Transfer Deadlines
Fall 2018Priority – August 13
Final – August 27
Spring 2019Priority – January 14
Final and Session Start – January 22
Summer 2019Priority Deadline (Summer I and II)– May 28
Final (Summer I) – June 10
Final (Summer II) – July 15
Fall 2019Priority - August 12
Final and Session Start - August 26
Summer I and II Priority Application deadline for undergraduate transfer, former and non-degree seeking undergraduate/graduate students. Students who apply after this date must submit all required documentation with their paper application in the Office of Admissions and will be processed for late registration.
- International Deadlines
Priority – March 1
Final – June 1
Priority – August 1
Final – November 1
Priority – February 1
Final – April 20
Students interested in qualifying for scholarships &/or applying for visas outside the U.S. should apply and submit the application documents/test scores by the priority deadline
International freshmen applicants will not be accepted for Summer semester.
Accreditations and Distinctions
UHCL’s College of Education graduate and undergraduate programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation for both initial teacher preparation and advanced educator preparation. We’re one of only 14 educator preparation programs in Texas to hold this accreditation. The College of Education is also accredited by the State Board for Educator Certification/Texas Education Agency and holds accreditations from a number of organizations for individual specializations and certification programs.
We’ve earned national recognition for accomplishment and innovation, including the Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education.