Curriculum and Instruction

College of Education Doctoral Study
 

This Intensive Study Area (ISA) is designed to prepare scholar practitioners to plan, implement, evaluate, and supervise educational programs for children, from infancy through adolescence, and adult learners, inclusive of a wide variety of diversity. Faculty in this ISA come from many departments and disciplines, including PreK-tertiary curriculum and pedagogy; foundations of education in psychology, philosophy, and social sciences; disability studies, gifted and talented, and multicultural education; literacy education; instructional technology, school library studies; and P-12 content areas such as mathematics, physical education, science, social studies, and language arts.  Students interested in becoming scholar-practitioners to plan, implement, evaluate, and supervise educational programs for children and adult learners with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity will apply for admission through the Curriculum & Instruction ISA. 

 

Curriculum and Instruction Doctor of Education

Catalog: Doctor of Education Degree

UNI's EdD Program