The Education, Equity and Transformation doctoral specialization is designed for students who want to address vital educational issues and make a lasting impact through research, teaching, leadership, and curriculum design.
The 60-credit program offers a strong foundation in the skills and knowledge you need to research and teach, including:
Through rigorous coursework and opportunities, this program will equip you to work alongside award-winning faculty. Additionally, the EET program’s interdisciplinary approach allows an emphasis in the field that interests you. You will build a program of study that includes graduate-level coursework in that field, and your dissertation will be guided by a committee of expert faculty from that field and from the School of Education.
This degree will prepare you to work as a faculty member, educational leader, researcher, curriculum developer, or another professional role that impacts educational contexts at local, national, and international levels.
What you’ll do:
Think the EET program is right for you? Contact EET program coordinator, Dr. Daniel Birmingham, at (970) 491-3979 or via email at email@example.com to learn more.