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2016-2017 Graduate Catalog (as of 08-31-16) 
    
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MATH 690 Graduate Teaching Seminar (1-3)

This seminar is designed for graduate students in the mathematical sciences who are interested in teaching in higher-education settings. The seminar is customizable with a range of activities addressing practical and theoretical aspects of teaching in higher-education settings. The seminar is customizable with a range of activities addressing practical and theoretical aspects of teaching and learning: from constructing and teaching a class, including syllabus preparation and time management, to learning effective approaches to college-level teaching. Students will have the opportunity to work closely with a faculty member in an undergraduate classroom environment.
Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Mathetmatics Graduate Program
Course Frequency: Fall and Spring
Repeatable: For up to 3 credit hours
Restriction: Does not count toward the 30-credit-hour requirement for the M.S. in Mathematical Sciences



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