The Ph.D. program in Education prepares you at an advanced level to work in the professorial ranks of higher education or assume positions of leadership in schools and agencies. The degree provides rich preparation by exposing you to a wide variety of courses and experiences related to fundamental theories and concepts associated with education, as well as current issues and trends in teaching and learning.
Strengths of the program lie in the opportunity for you to be exposed to a variety of courses and to faculty members in the College of Education and the University, while having a defined area of concentration for your study.
Related Degrees and Programs
- Ph.D. in Education: Counselor Education and Supervision
- Ph.D. in Education: Educational Leadership
- Ph.D. in Education: English Language Learners
- Ph.D. in Education: Equity and Diversity in Education
- Ph.D. in Education: Literacy Studies
- Ph.D. in Education: Special Education and Disability Studies
- Ph.D. in Education: STEM Education
- Ph.D. in Education
Contact College of Education
(775) 784-4345 (Main)
(775) 784-4298 (Advising Center)
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