The Bilingual Education Doctoral Program prepares students for professional leadership positions at universities and in field settings. Our doctoral program reflects the nation's increasingly diverse K-12 student population and the national movement toward greater inclusion. The doctoral program is non-categorical, focusing on K-12 students who are at-risk or have mild/moderate disabilities. Our program emphasizes applied research, and its use for program improvement. Thus, program content is based on empirically-supported skills and strategies.
Besides seminar-based learning, the doctoral program develops seven leadership competencies through supervised practica: (a) Grant Writing*, (b) Conference Presentations, (c) Manuscript Submission for Publication, (d) College Teaching, (e) Research (conceptualizing, conducting and writing up), (f) Professional Supervision*, and (g) Program Evaluation.
Students entering the doctoral program must have an earned Masters degree. The Doctoral Program commonly requires 3 to 4 years of full-time enrollment for completion of all coursework, competencies, and dissertation. Part-time students may need extra time.
* applies only to selected strands.
Graduate Academic Advisor
College of Education and Human Development
Department of Educational Psychology
College Station, TX 77843-4225
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