The Ph.D. in Mathematics and Science Education at Washington State University develops scholars capable of making important contributions to the research base, professional contexts, and learning environments related to mathematics and/or science education. Students choose an individualized path of study that targets math and/or science education, guided by faculty mentors. Courses in math/science education, research, and a selected cognate area frame the program.
The program is available at all four sites of the WSU system - Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver. All courses, advising, and weekly seminar occur over a state-wide teleconferencing system that supports a broad learning community.
To apply, send completed application materials to Nick Sewell (firstname.lastname@example.org):
Online Graduate School Application (click on "General Application" at the top of the following page: http://gradschool.wsu.edu/apply
Supplemental Information Form (click on "Supplemental Information Form" in the middle of the following page: http://education.wsu.edu/graduate/apply/tl/index.html
Further inquiries can be made to David Slavit (email@example.com), Director of the program.