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Mathematics Education ED.D

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The Doctor of Education in Education with a concentration in Mathematics Education (EMAT) at the University of Wyoming will shape practitioners, like math instructors, into leaders and innovators in mathematics education. Graduates of the program are equipped with cutting-edge applied research skills, mathematics pedagogy expertise, and a commitment to issues of equity, inclusion and social justice.

Explore the questions you have about contemporary educational issues within a research context. Combine theory with systematic inquiry to solve problems of practice and support meaningful learning experiences for all students, particularly those in historically marginalized groups.

Applicants to the EMAT Concentration will identify a preliminary problem of practice that they hope to examine and solve as a candidate in the program. You will work in cooperation with educational organizations to apply your creative and innovative solutions to address the problem of practice.

Courses in the program are offered online, allowing you to pursue the Ed.D. in mathematics education while you continue in your current position. Learn and bond with the same group of students during the course or your Ed.D. studies– our program is cohort-based. Learn more about the benefits of gaining your Ed.D. degree in education at UW.

Interested in degree with an intensive independent research focus? Take a look at our Ph.D in programs in education.



Reach out to the Mathematics Education Program Coordinator, Dr. Rick Kitchen or take a look at our FAQ page.

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