Early Childhood and Elementary Education Ph.D.
Most of our graduates become educational researchers and teacher educators in universities and colleges. Interweaving theory, research, and practice, we inquire about how children’s learning is shaped by educational inequities across race, gender, (dis)ability, and social class; educational globalization; community, home, and school connections; culturally responsive pedagogy; urban education; and curricular and technological innovations.
We leverage this expertise to advocate for children’s learning in multiple contexts, in and out of school.
Students may receive the K-5 Mathematics Endorsement through the doctoral program. To apply for the endorsement, students should complete the online application here. Once students complete the endorsement, they should also submit an endorsement completion form here.
Course description and classes
Teri Holbrook, program coordinator
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- Official GRE (Graduate Record Examination) scores. Verbal, quantitative and analytical subtests required — see below "Ph.D. GRE Admission Guidelines" for more information).
- Two letters of recommendation, goals statement, resume, writing sample and interview.
- Undergrad GPA of 3.30
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