This introductory course is for teachers to learn the content of *PMI Pre-Algebra* and how to teach that course, and the middle school courses upon which it is based, to students. The course focuses on numeracy, as well as algebraic and graphical representations of linear relationships. All future study of mathematics requires a full understanding of these topics, which include numbers and operations; scientific notation; expressions; solving and graphing equations & inequalities; ratios & proportions; percentages; and probability & statistics. **Read more...**

This course is for teachers to learn the content of *PMI Algebra I* and how to teach that course to students. Topics include numbers, operations & expressions; equations; graphing linear equations; systems of linear equations; solving & graphing linear inequalities; solving absolute value equations & inequalities; quantitative reasoning; functions; exponential functions; polynomials; quadratic equations; non-linear functions; and data & statistical analysis. **Read more...**

This course is for teachers to learn the content of *PMI Geometry* and how to teach that course to students. It provides teachers a background in Euclidean Geometry, focusing on using deductive reasoning and proofs to develop a conceptual understanding of geometric properties. Topics include points, lines & planes; angles; triangles; similar triangles & trigonometry; congruent triangles; circles; analytic geometry; transformations; quadrilaterals; area of figures; 3-D geometry; and probability. **Read more...**

This course is for teachers to learn the content of *PMI Algebra II* and how to teach that course to students. Topics include overview of functions; linear & absolute value functions; quadratic equations & complex numbers; quadratic functions, polynomial functions; rational functions; radical functions & rational exponents; exponential & logarithmic functions; sequences & series; trigonometric functions; and probability & statistics. **Read more...**

This course is for teachers to learn the content of *PMI Precalculus* and how to teach that course to students. Topics include functions; polynomial and rational functions; exponential & logarithmic functions; conic sections; trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry; polar coordinates & parametric equations; systems & matrices; vectors; and sequences & series. **Read more...**

Tuition and Fees

Teacher Education Tuition

NJCTL tuition is $275 per credit

NJEA Members

NJEA Members receive a 20% discount on NJCTL fuition, lowering the cost to $220 per credit.

Colorado State University - Global Campus

CSU-Global offers optional graduate credit for completed NJCTL courses for completed NJCTL courses for a transcription cost of $85 per credit. Graduates of NJCTL programs may pursue a Master's degree with CSU-Global - **learn more.** Tuition for the additional courses to complete a Master of Science in Teaching and Learning with CSU-Global is discounted 10% for NJCTL alumni.

In-State / Out-of-State

NJCTL charges a single low tuition rate to all individuals, regardless of residency.

Tuition Lock

Participants enrolled in NJCTL programs will never experience a tuition increase during their program enrollment.

Fees

NJCTL charges no additional fees above and beyond our low tuition

Financing

NJCTL has partnered with Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union (GAFCU) to provide personal loan financing for NJCTL courses and programs in the United States. **Learn more.**

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