Bilingual/Bicultural Education

Doctoral Program

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is a research-oriented degree program designed for individuals who intend to work mainly in primary research in the fields of Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Language Policy and Education, or Biliteracy. This program prepares graduate students in research design and interpretation. Graduate student research contributes to knowledge of bilingual education theories, concepts and practice.

BBE Program alumni currently serve in roles such as college or university faculty members, researchers in federal and state government, and research consultants and directors of private foundations and non-profit organizations.


Application Requirements

General C&I Requirements (Minimum 21 hours)

Directed Research (Minimum 12 hours)

Specialization Requirements (Minimum 18 hours)

Courses Outside the Department (Minimum 6 hours)

Dissertation (Minimum 6 hours)

At a Glance

Program Starts: Fall

Deadline to Apply:
December 31

Credit Hours Required: 63

Schedule: Flexible

Program Location: On Campus

GRE Required? No

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Program Area Coordinator, Advisor
Maria Franquiz

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