School of Ed Educ and Equity

The Ph.D. in Education and Human Resource Studies, Education, Equity, and Transformation Specialization is designed for those who seek to impact educational systems through:

  • Research
  • Leadership
  • Curriculum
  • Policy 

The program includes education content core with specific attention to issues of equity and transformational change. Courses are focused on developing strong quantitative and qualitative research skills. 

Effective Fall 2018

Education, Equity and Transformation Core (15 credits)
EDUC 713Teaching, Learning, and Professional Growth3
EDUC 714Education Policy Analysis3
EDUC 715Critical Theory, Educational Equity & Praxis3
EDUC 720Human Learning, Cognition, and Motivation3
EDUC 792Seminar3
Research Core (9 credits)
EDRM 700Quantitative Research Methods3
EDRM 702Foundations of Educational Research3
EDRM 704Qualitative Research3
Research Electives – select a minimum of 9 credits from the following:9
Applied Linear Models-Educational Research
Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis
Qualitative Data Analysis
Analysis of Variance--Education Research
Quantitative Data Collection Methods/Analysis
Narrative Inquiry
Ethnographic Research
Seminar: Research Methodology
Seminar: Proposal Development
EDRM *** Selected Courses 1
EDRM 799Dissertation12
Cognate/Electives 215
Master's Degree Credit (a maximum of 30 credits may be accepted from a master's degree)30
Program Total Credits:90

A minimum of 90 credits are required to complete this program.