Pursue a Doctoral Degree in Education Equity
Delivered face-to-face at CSU’s main campus in Fort Collins, this 60-credit program offers a strong foundation in the skills and knowledge needed in research and teaching, including:
- Curriculum development
- Quantitative and qualitative research methods
- Teaching and learning philosophy
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.
Ph.D. in Education and Human Resource Studies Curriculum
Education, Equity, and Transformation Specialization
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long does this program take?
Most students finish this program in as little as five years. A full-time course load consists of two classes per semester. Once you’ve completed your course requirements, you’ll spend the remainder of the time on your dissertation.
Is this program online or in-person?
This program is delivered in person, at the main CSU campus in Fort Collins, Colorado. Our classes are small (5-15 students), seminar-based classes with ample discussion built-in.
When are classes scheduled?
Our doctoral courses are scheduled in the evenings. As this is not a cohort-style program, you’ll be able to move through the curriculum path at your own pace.
What are the classes like?
You’ll read seminal, current, relevant research on your own before engaging in robust discussions with instructors and peers in class. Our instructors ensure each class is a safe space for open and inquisitive learning.