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Doctoral Programs

The College of Education offers six doctoral degrees (curriculum and instruction; educational leadership; education systems improvement science; learning sciences; literacy, language and culture; and special education) that prepare scholars in a variety of fields. Mentorship with internationally known faculty members enables our doctoral students to be competitive for top positions in their field upon graduation. More than 150 doctoral students are enrolled each semester, and assistantships are available to support full-time study within each of the programs. To learn more about the doctoral program opportunities offered, please review the respective pages for current information.

For more information about graduate programs, contact:
Julie Jones

  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Learning Sciences
  • Literacy, Language and Culture
  • Special Education

Alison Search

  • Education Systems Improvement Science
  • Educational Leadership, Higher Education
  • Educational Leadership, P-12