Cultural Studies

Doctoral Program

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Cultural Studies in Education Doctor of Philosophy Degree prepares students to address current issues and theory in multicultural education. This is achieved by preparing students through specialized coursework and research in the form of a dissertation. Students will be prepared to become teacher educators, professors and advocates for equality in curriculum and education for a diverse group of learners.


General 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

Luis Urrieta

Program Area Coordinator
Luis Urrieta

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Program Area Advisor
Keffrelyn Brown

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