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Curriculum and Instruction - Ph.D. Program Requirements PDFDownload to print

Course Title Credits
CI 80089 Residency I 3
CI 80090 Residency II 3
CI 80199 Dissertation I 1 30
CI 87000 Theory and Research in Teaching 3
CI 87001 Theory and Research in Curriculum 3
CI 87002 Forms of Inquiry 3
EVAL 75510 Statistics I for Educational Services 3
EVAL 85515 Quantitative Research Designs and Application in Educational Services 3
EVAL 85516 Qualitative Research Designs and Application in Educational Services 3
Educational Foundations course, as determined by prospectus committee 3
Choose from the following: 3
EVAL 85517 Advanced Quantitative Research in Educational Services (3)  
EVAL 85518 Advanced Qualitative Research in Educational Services (3)  
Other specialized research methods course (3-6)  
Course Title Credits
Curriculum and Instruction Emphasis Area, as approved by prospectus committee 12
Course Title Credits
Choose one of the options below: 2  
Option I: written-8 hour exam  
Option II: written-take home  
Option III: written and portfolio  
  1. Upon admission to candidacy, each doctoral candidate must register for CI 80199 Dissertation I. It is expected that a doctoral candidate will continuously register for Dissertation I for a total of 30 hours, and thereafter CI 80299 Dissertation II, each semester (including summer) until all requirements for the degree have been met.
  2. If choosing Option III, must select when submitting plan of study.

Program Policy:

  • An introductory course on fundamentals of curriculum and other additional coursework, as well as research activities that support a student's scholarly interests in the context of doctoral socialization may be required.