Aims and scope

The International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education is dedicated to the interests of post secondary mathematics learning and teaching. It welcomes original research, including empirical, theoretical, and methodological reports of learning and teaching of undergraduate and graduate students.

The journal contains insights on mathematics education from introductory courses such as calculus to higher level courses such as linear algebra, all the way through advanced courses in analysis and abstract algebra. It is also a venue for research that focuses on graduate level mathematics teaching and learning as well as research that examines how mathematicians go about their professional practice. In addition, the journal is an outlet for the publication of mathematics education research conducted in other tertiary settings, such as technical and community colleges. It provides the intellectual foundation for improving university mathematics teaching and learning and it will address specific problems in the secondary-tertiary transition.

The journal contains original research reports in post-secondary mathematics. Empirical reports must be theoretically and methodologically rigorous. Manuscripts describing theoretical and methodological advances are also welcome.