The Mathematics Education doctoral program requires a minimum of 90 graduate credits beyond the undergraduate degree, and 9-24 credits of dissertation work. Many students can complete the degree in 3-4 years full time beyond the master’s degree. Part time study is also available for students working, including full-time teaching positions.
The program is flexible and coursework is chosen by the student and their advisor to align to professional and personal goals. You can focus on the teaching and learning of mathematics at the K-12, undergraduate, or teacher preparation levels. A majority of coursework (48 credits) will be in mathematics, mathematics education, or education courses. Internships and co-teaching opportunities are available in conjunction with courses like:
More information on academic requirements available in the Syracuse University Course Catalog.