PhD About the Program
Course Prerequisite Methodology Courses = 8 units
EDU 114, Quantitative Methods in Educational Research, 4
EDU 200, Educational Research, 4 units
Professional Induction Course = 4 units
EDU 291, Professional Seminar in Education, 4 units
Methodological Core Courses = 8 units
EDU 201, Survey of Qualitative Methods, 4 units
EDU 204A, Quantitative Methods in Educational Research: Analysis of Correlation and Design, 4 units
There is no specific length of time associated with earning a PhD. Across disciplines and campuses, the average amount of time to earn the degree is between four and five years, although individual time varies widely.
Each student in the program works with a graduate advisor, a faculty advisor, and a major professor.
Mentoring of graduate students by faculty is an integral part of the graduate experience.
Ph.D. Program in Education
Updated & Revised by Ph.D. Policy Committee, 10/15/07
Adopted by vote of the faculty, Date 10/23/07
The GGE offers a weekly brown-bag style seminar featuring our faculty and students. We invite our community to participate in these seminars. The seminars are held on Mondays from 12:10 pm – 1:00 pm in the School of Education Building, Room 174 unless otherwise noted.
Discourse and reasoning in networked physics classrooms
Emily Mae Harris
Examining teacher framing, student reasoning, and student agency in school-based citizen science
The impact of auditory processing abilities on academic achievement in students with high functioning autism spectrum disorder and ADHD
Writing at the Crossroads: reflections on authentic voice, student diversity, and vocalizing in diverse contexts
James Fabionar Jr.
Operationalizing youth assets in a community change initiative : a social cognitive perspective
Addressing disparities in postsecondary success : the role of need-based financial aid
Saving the Lost Boys: Narratives of Discipline Disproportionality
The Graduate Group in Education is committed to offering financial support to our PhD students for at least four years of study through employment and/or fellowships that include a monthly salary/stipend and fee remission.