Ph.D. in Education
The ISU School of Education Doctor of Philosophy degree in Education is designed to prepare students for careers as scholars in the field of education.
Most students pursue a career as a faculty member in a college or university. Others seek careers in training and development in business settings or careers that involve research and scholarship in school districts, education agencies, or other government agencies.
All Ph.D. students, regardless of their area of study, complete a common set of core requirements (PDF).
Research methods (3 courses)
ReSev 580 Qualitative Research Methodology (required) and two of the following (1 quantitative course required):
ReSev 550 (Educational Research) can be completed by students but does not count in meeting the requirements.
Educational foundations (2 courses)
C I 601X Foundations of Educational Inquiry (3 credits)
C I 602X Educational Inquiry in Action (1 credit)
Doctoral students in education work closely with their faculty mentors while pursuing a Ph.D.
Our faculty expertise includes strengths in:
Within the Ph.D. in Education, students can choose to pursue a specialization in Curriculum and Instructional Technology.
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