We offer both a PhD and an EdD. In our program students will pursue their scholarship in a vibrant and diverse community. The program requires 36 credits in their residency that is made up of courses in curriculum, educational research and mathematics education. To learn more about the nature of the work done in mathematics education in the Department of Secondary Education, visit our graduate student and research pages. If you are interested in doctoral studies in mathematics education please contact either Elaine Simmt or Florence Glanfield for more information.