Curriculum and Instruction, Doctor of Education

Flexibility, support, and the chance to make a difference

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In this flexible doctor of education program, you will build knowledge around issues, theories, and research in curriculum and instruction. Our program also provides opportunities to teach university-level classes, conduct research with faculty, and present at local, regional and national conferences.

This degree is designed to prepare you for a variety of possible paths. Our graduates work in areas such as:

  • higher education
  • research
  • K-12 systems
  • non-profit organizations

Student Handbook

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Download the Student Handbook which includes the following:

  • program description
  • program process and requirements
  • admissions information and requirements
  • deadlines
  • programs of study

 

Programs of Study

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You will design your program to support your focus area. We offer four programs of study:

Academic Catalog Listing

Visit the academic catalog to learn more about our program, requirements, and courses.