Texas Tech University

Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction (Track in STEM)

Offered by the College of Education
Available: Online Print

Program Overview

Minimum Hours: 63
Prerequisite: Master's Degree

Texas Tech University's College of Education offers a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with a track in STEM Education which enables place-bound professional STEM educators the opportunity to advance their education. This hybrid program includes online courses and face-to-face summer intensive sessions to prepare professional educators to become university STEM educators, STEM education leaders in the EC-12 setting, or local, state or national leaders in STEM education.

The PhD in C&I with a track in STEM education is for EC-12 formal and informal educators in science, technology, engineering or mathematics or a combination of two or more of those areas. This hybrid program is not geared for post-secondary faculty in any of the STEM fields such as mathematics, biology or engineering.

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Enrollment Information

(844) 348-3648
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