Degrees Offered

Doctorate of Philosophy in Education

This doctoral emphasis at the University of Idaho, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences is designed to prepare prospective university faculty and leaders to teach, conduct and disseminate research, and secure funding for research in the area of autism spectrum disorders and other related disabilities (RD).

This highly structured program is designed to accommodate full and part time doctoral students both at a distance and on campus, and to produce high quality leaders that are philosophically oriented toward family involvement, cultural competency, inclusive and multi-tiered supports, evidence-based interventions, and research to practice scholarship.

Credits required:

Doctoral Core 15
Specialization 10
Immersion experience in teaching and research 6
Research 12
Cognate (can be brought in through master's degree) 24
Dissertation 18
Total: 85

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Applications are due on February 1, 2022.