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Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics: Teaching College Mathematics

Minimum Total for Graduation: 90 hours

Degree:  Doctor of Philosophy


The Ph.D. degree is a content-based degree designed to develop well-prepared teachers of college mathematics who combine knowledge and skill in mathematics with a desire to teach it effectively. Coursework is broadly distributed across the various areas of mathematics and is intended to help students achieve a level of sophistication in mathematical knowledge that will establish a professional attitude about mathematics. Students would be prepared to do research in traditional mathematics or in areas related to the teaching of collegiate mathematics. Emphasis on pedagogy includes two required courses plus an internship.

Program Requirements:

Mathematics: Teaching College Mathematics

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