Doctoral

Learning and Teaching in STEM, Ph.D.

The PhD in Learning and Teaching in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is designed to produce scholars and learners dedicated to addressing the challenges of providing high quality STEM education to all students through a rich variety of organizations and innovative methods of deliveryGraduates from this program forge new ground in developing theories, designs, and practical solutions for future generations. This degree has three program areas of study: Mathematics and Statistics Education, Science Education, and Engineering and Technology Education.

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.