Doctor of Education with a Major in Curriculum and Instruction

Valdosta State University
Degree Level Doctoral
Total Credit Hours 55

Program Description

The Ed.D. with a major in Curriculum and Instruction includes an engaging and flexible educational model designed for those who work, or who wish to work, in P-12, corporate, or higher education learning environments. Our innovative program provides practical opportunities for students to relate theoretical foundations to curricular and instructional issues faced in real-world settings. You will enjoy learning from our quality faculty whose real-world experience and knowledge has been acquired through many years learning, researching, and working in the domains of our field. Also, we have integrated disciplinary concentrations and elective pathways that will increase your intellectual equity and marketability.

Admissions Information

A)Must hold a minimum of a master’s degree from a regionally-accredited institution. B)Minimum graduate GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 Scale. GPA will be calculated on all attempted graduate coursework in which a letter grade was awarded. GRE or MAT scores are required. C)Recommended minimum scores for GRE: -If taken before July 2011: Verbal score of 450; Quantitative score of 450; and Analytical score of 3.5 (old scoring system - 450) -If taken July 2011 or later: Verbal score of 150; Quantitative score of 142; and Analytical score of 3.5. -Minimum MAT Requirements: Recommended minimum for MAT: 400. -GRE and MAT scores are only one of the factors considered in admissions decisions. These test scores are not the sole criteria for admission.

State Authorization and Professional Licensure Disclaimer

Not all programs are available to residents in all states. Please check the institution's State Authorization and Professional Licensure website(s) to ensure you reside in an authorized state.