Lt. Gov. Beverly Perdue's resume has come under scrutiny.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate has said at different times that she has a Ph.D. in education administration, administration and education and aging and health care.
According to the University of Florida, it's in "educational leadership."
The campaign of Perdue's rival, state Treasurer Richard Moore, pointed out the shifts in her resume in e-mails to reporters this week.
"How many resume mulligans does a candidate for governor deserve?" asked Moore campaign manager Jay Reiff in an e-mail.
Bonus: The full title of her Ph.D. dissertation: "Guidelines for Gerontology in Florida's Public Institutions of Higher Education." No wonder she has trouble describing it.