The degree of some algebraic structure is some parameter that describes the structure. There is no universal definition valid for all structures, it is a per structure type thing.

This is particularly useful when talking about structures with an infinite number of elements, but it is sometimes also used for finite structures.

Examples:

- the dihedral group of degree n acts on n elements, and has order 2n
- the parameter $n$ that characterizes the size of the general linear group $GL(n)$ is called the degree of that group, i.e. the dimension of the underlying matrices

- Order | 72, 199, 2
- Algebraic structure | 69, 278, 7
- Algebra | 27, 11k, 216
- Mathematics | 17, 34k, 771
- Ciro Santilli's Homepage | 262, 256k, 5k

- Order | 72, 199, 2