Ph.D. in Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education
Our mission with the Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education (CITE) doctoral program is to prepare students to be leading scholars and educators who deeply understand and work to improve education in its political, social and cultural contexts. We combine internationally renowned faculty, an interdisciplinary approach, exposure to multiple ideas and flexibility in study through a variety of focal areas to create a one-of-a-kind learning experience tailored to your professional career objectives.
Dynamic Programming ———Students can shift their academic focus throughout the program.
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Our students currently get full funding for up to five years, which includes opportunities for assistantships, fellowships, study abroad, conferences, scholarships and more. Learn more by talking with an advisor.
Point of Distinction ________
Ranked Among the Best ———The CITE program ranks in the top five in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report.
The CITE program environment is academically rigorous, socially conscientious, and at the same time supportive of students. This is a rare combination, which makes it an extraordinary doctoral program.
Research across the College of Education _________
10 ——— Centers and Institutes
120 ——— Tenure-System Faculty Members
210 ——— Active Grants and Contracts
$125 ———Million in Externally Funded Grants and Contracts