Doctoral Program Handbook

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Educational Studies is geared toward the rigorous preparation of educational researchers who have the knowledge and skills needed to design, conduct, and disseminate high-quality scholarship, and who have a strong foundation in one or more high-demand areas of specialization. The Ph.D. degree emphasizes the scholarly pursuit of the theoretical underpinning and methodological advancement of educational research. Courses provide critical training in the intellectual pursuit of advanced knowledge in educational, social, and behavioral sciences.

The Doctoral Program Handbook is a valuable resource for current and prospective Ph.D. in Educational Studies students. The Doctoral Program Handbook contains program-related information including:

  • The Program's Mission
  • Admission Requirments and Application Procedures
  • Scholarships, Assistantships, and Financial Aid
  • Degree Requirements, Core Curriculum, and Graduation Procedures
  • Program Policies

 

For a copy of the Doctoral Program Handbook please see below.