Texas State University-San Marcos

Faculty
Number of post-doctoral faculty in mathematics education: 
0
Number of full-time faculty in mathematics education: 
9
Number of adjunct faculty in mathematics education: 
4
Doctoral Students in Mathematics Education
Number of FEMALE part-time doctoral students: 
1
Number of part-time doctoral students: 
1
Number of full-time international students: 
0
Number of full-time doctoral students: 
13
Number of FEMALE full-time doctoral students: 
10
Number of MALE part-time doctoral students: 
0
Number of MALE full-time doctoral students: 
7
Financial Support
Academic year (9-month) stipend for teaching/research assistantship?: 
26000
Percent of tuition waived for doctoral students on teaching/research assistantships?: 
0
Does your institution have scholarships/fellowships dedicated to doctoral students in mathematics education?: 
No
General Program Requirements
Is there a residence requirement?: 
Yes
If a residency is required, please provide relevant details.: 

The student is required to take at least 18 hours within one academic year, or to be full-time for at least two consecutive semesters (fall/spring). We expect most students to be in residence for more than one year.

Is competency in a foreign language required?: 
No
Profile of students entering doctoral program during the most recent academic year.
Number of students admitted this year: 
10
Number of students with K -12 mathematics teaching experience: 
7
Length of program
Typical number of years of full-time work required to complete doctorate when entering with a masters degree: 
4 years
Program Graduates
Number of mathematics education doctoral graduates in 2005: 
0
Number of mathematics education doctoral graduates in 2006: 
0
Number of mathematics education doctoral graduates in 2007: 
0
Number of mathematics education doctoral graduates in 2008: 
0
To find more information about this program:
Contact Name: 
Melinda Guerrero
Contact Email: 
Institution Website: 
Program Website: 
Special features or areas of interest that would be of interest to potential doctoral students: 

Good working relationship between Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators and a curriculum which balances mathematics and mathematics education prepares graduates to become leaders and address needs through the entire P-20 continuum. The Mathematics Education faculty are very active in K-12 professional development and have strong ties to the local schools, providing ample opportunities for field research work.