Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics: Teaching College Mathematics
Minimum Total for Graduation: 90 hours
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
The Ph.D. degree is 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, in combination with a dissertation in mathematics, statistics, or in collegiate mathematics or statistics education, prepares students with a breadth and depth of mathematics knowledge that is well suited for teaching college mathematics and doing independent research in their areas of expertise. The pedagogical component of the program includes two required courses plus an internship.
Mathematics: Teaching College Mathematics