School of Education Curriculum and Instruction

Ed.S. and Ed.D. Degree Information

Specialist and Doctorate Degrees in Education

Advanced programs beyond the master's degree are designed to provide the necessary background and professional expertise for students planning to go into university teaching, supervisory work in schools, curriculum planning, consultant work, or similar positions.

Programs are individually tailored to meet the student's particular interests, background, and needs and are planned in conjunction with the student's graduate committee. Students will be afforded opportunities to work with the Curriculum and Instruction faculty as well as staff in supporting areas. Practicum experiences are provided in field centers.The student's ability to conduct quality research is of the utmost importance. Sixty (60) semester hours beyond the bachelor's degree are required for the Ed.S. degree. Ninety (90) semester hours beyond the bachelor's degree are required for the Ed.D. degree.

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