Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development, doctoral degree options
The goal of the Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development is to prepare scholar leaders who can positively influence improvement in K-12, higher education, counseling, and adult education. The doctoral degree encourages students to engage in multidisciplinary research while also developing in-depth expertise in their chosen program area of study.
All doctoral degrees in the College of Education require a minimum of 72 graduate credit hours beyond the bachelor’s degree. Most doctoral programs in the College of Education require a minimum of 60 graduate credit hours beyond an approved master’s degree.