The Mathematics Education track in the Education PhD program is designed to prepare mathematics educators for various career options, including preparing educators, teaching postsecondary mathematics, and conducting research in mathematics education.
Doctoral students in the track engage in undergraduate teaching, participate in research activities with faculty, experience internships, and interact with the nationally acclaimed Lockheed Martin/UCF Teaching Academy for Mathematics and Science.
The Mathematics Education track in the Education PhD program requires a minimum of 63 credit hours beyond the master's degree. Students must complete 24 credit hours of core courses, 9 credit hours of specialization courses, 12 credit hours of electives, 3 credit hours of internship, and 15 credit hours of dissertation. All students must also complete the candidacy examination.
Total Credit Hours Required: 63 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Master's Degree
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