Program Profile

Curriculum and Instruction Core (27 semester hours)
EDCI 819 Student Cognition and Motivation
EDCI 826 Student Assessment and Accountability
EDCI 835 Curriculum Theory
EDCI 839 Instructional Theory and Practice
EDCI 841 Curriculum Evaluation and Design
EDCI 845 Curricular and Instructional Technology
EDCI 848 Learner-centered Pedagogy
EDUC 866 Educator Development in School and University Contexts
EDCI 873 Curricular and Instructional Leadership

Ph.D. Research Block (15 semester hours)
EDUC 810 Foundations of Educational Research
EDUC 811 Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods
EDUC 812 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods
EDUC 813 Intermediate Quantitative Research Methods OR EDUC 814 Qualitative Research Design
EDUC 815 Advanced Quantitative Research Methods & Design OR EDUC 816 Advanced Qualitative Methods and Analysis

Elective (9 semester hours)
Student will submit proposal for electives, to be approved by program director, Associate Dean, and doctoral committee chair. Electives should be at the 700 level or above.

Dissertation Block (12 semester hours)
EDUC 809 Doctoral Seminar One: Scholarly Writing
EDUC 817 Doctoral Seminar Two: Survey of Literature
EDUC 837 Doctoral Seminar Three: Foundational Reading
EDUC 843 Doctoral Seminar Four: Proposal
EDUC 880 Dissertation

TOTAL: 63 Credit Hours

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