Texas Tech University

Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education

 Credit Hours
Master's Degree
Gordon W. Davis College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
Requires some face-to-face courses.

About the Program

The joint Ed.D. program (Doc@Distance) previously provided by Texas Tech University and Texas A&M University will not admit a cohort in 2019. This is a result of recent graduate program reviews at both universities and reflection on the future of the program.

If you are interested in pursuing a doctoral graduate degree via distance, you can still do so at Texas Tech University with the Doctor of Education in agricultural education degree program.

The Doctor of Education in agricultural education degree program builds on previous undergraduate and graduate courses along with their life experiences (including three years of related work experiences). It is designed to develop independent and critical thinking. Emphasis is placed on selecting courses and experiences that lead to a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of agricultural education and/or agricultural communications, a supporting field, and methods of research and statistics.

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Program Website

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