The concentration in Teaching College Mathematics is intended for students wishing to pursue a career in teaching at the community college level. The program covers coursework involving the history and pedagogical developments in mathematics as well as practicum in teaching.
- Select number of MA students receive stipends of $10,800 per year as well as tuition waivers.
- Our robust seminar and colloquium schedule brings leading researchers from around the world to UNCG.
- Our faculty are active researchers and have received grants from the Joseph M. Bryan Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the National Security Agency, NC Quest, the Simons Foundation, and others.
THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE
- Monthly Graduate Tea events bring together students and faculty members in an informal setting.
- The relatively small size of our department has fostered a culture of getting to know graduate students from the start.
- The goal of our programs is to train students for the employment they seek and to motivate and guide them to perform beyond what is necessary. Many of our MA graduates join the PhD program at UNCG or at other institutions, some teach at community college or four-year college, and some join industry.
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