Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree with a major in the content area or have a bachelor's degree and 30 credits in the content area of which 12 credits can be in cognates (related courses).

Acceptable courses include: mathematical reasoning, quantitative methods, number theory and concepts, algebra, analytic geometry, calculus, geometry, trigonometry, data analysis, probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics. Some cognates include: physics, chemistry or accounting.

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