Education: Language, Literacy and Culture, PhD

Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2020-2021. Learn more about Graduate College Academic Regulation 7.0.

Total Hours: 69 Hours

Common Program Core
SCFD 6983Diversity and Equity Issues in Education3
SCFD 6113Theoretical Foundations of Inquiry3
CIED 6503Doctoral Seminar3
Hours Subtotal9
Research Methods
Select 12 hours from courses such as these:12
Advanced Pedagogical Research
Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research
Analyses of Variance
Multiple Regression Analysis in Behavioral Studies
Psychometric Theory
Factor Analysis in Behavioral Research
Applied Multivariate Research in Behavioral Studies
Computer Applications in Nonparametric Data Analyses
Qualitative Research I
Qualitative Research: Selected Methods
Qualitative Research II
Hours Subtotal12
Language, Literacy and Culture Option
Select 24 hours from the following:24
Reading Assessment and Instruction
Reading & Writing Difficulties
History of Reading
Directed Study
Advanced Special Topics in Literacy Education
Seminar in Writing Pedagogy
English Language Learners: Theory, Research, Policy and Practice
21st Century Literacies: Theory, Research, and Practice
Seminar in Literacy
Staff Development in Literacy Education
Issues and Trends in Adolescent Literacy
Theory and Research on Teaching Contemporary Children's and YA Literature
Language, Literacy and Culture
Internship in Education (Internship for Teacher Educators)
Internship in Education (Internship in Literacy Research Methodologies)
Hours Subtotal24
Independent Research
CIED 6000Doctoral Dissertation15
Hours Subtotal15
Electives/Cognate
The doctoral advisory committee will work with individual students to select the most appropriate courses to enhance their knowledge within their specializations.9
Hours Subtotal9
Total Hours69

Graduate College Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Requirements

Learn more about Graduate College 2020-2021 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree Program Requirements. Check the General Graduate College academic regulations for minimal GPA, language proficiency and other general requirements.