Education, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Indicate specialization: curriculum and instruction
Summer or fall
Nov 15 (early consideration)
Feb 15 (final deadline)
Personal interview and writing sample may be requested.
Personal goals statement and professional vitae/resume required.
The curriculum and instruction track is designed for staff administrative personnel in urban school units as well as those aspiring to teach and conduct research in higher education settings. Emphasis is placed on theoretical and methodological approaches to studying instruction, learning and curriculum. Graduates will be well-prepared to work in diverse settings as curriculum and instruction leaders and scholars. Course work is designed to accommodate those with interests in early childhood, elementary, secondary and postsecondary education.
|Instructional leadership track
|TEDU 617 Instructional Models|
|TEDU 730 Educational Staff Development|
|TEDU 731 Instructional Theories and Strategies|
|TEDU 732 Advanced Seminar in Curriculum Studies|
|Other courses selected in consultation with the adviser|