Aug 21, 2019  
2013-2014 
    
2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Curriculum and Instruction PhD


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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)


As the research-oriented degree, the PhD is designed for individuals who wish to be educational leaders. This is accomplished by original, theoretical and conceptual research along with immersion in the field. Individuals taking this degree typically enter higher education, government and/or advanced positions in K–12 education. Program requirements for this degree include an additional research course.

PhD Foundations: 5–6 credits


PhD Electives: 17–18 credits


Electives are selected by advisement to expand personal development within targeted outcomes. Examples of specializations and cognates for doctoral degrees are listed below. Please refer to the C&I Program Handbook for detailed information regarding electives.

Total PhD degree Credits: 92+


EdD and PhD Specializations and Cognates


Within the EdS, EdD, and PhD degree options, the following specializations or cognates are available:

Specializations
Teaching in Higher Education
Curriculum Leadership
Instructional Leadership
Teacher Education

Cognates
Educational Foundations
Educational Research
Religious Education
Educational Psychology
Educational Leadership
Special Education

* Beginning the semester after registering for EDRM 880 /LEAD 880 , candidates must register for at least 1 dissertation credit during each semester until their dissertation is successfully defended.