Ph.D. in Curricular & Instructional Studies
The Doctor of Philosophy degrees offered by the Department of Curricular and Instructional Studies are designed to meet the needs and interests of persons in pre-K, elementary, middle, secondary, postsecondary, higher education, and other institutions or agencies that might have educational/learning programs. A qualified student can, through consultation with an adviser and within the expertise and resources of the department, design a specialization to meet his/her career objectives.
Download the Doctoral Handbook that contains additional information on requirements and procedures
How to Apply to the Ph.D. Program
Admission to the Curricular and Instructional Studies Ph.D. program is limited to a select number of students each year due to resources and capacity.
Deadlines for application:
March 1 for Fall admission
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- Curricular & Instructional Studies
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