Doctoral programs in the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education foster the insights and skills needed to deal with the most pressing challenges facing the education profession. Our programs are also highly regarded by deans and professors throughout the region and nation. Outstanding, internationally known faculty members construct rigorous opportunities for advanced study, mentor students and engage in millions of dollars of funded research.
Preparing Top Scholars
The Ph.D. programs prepare researchers to serve in professional positions in universities, research agencies, policy agencies and schools. An Executive Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree is offered in Educational Administration, Curriculum and Supervision. All College of Education doctoral students are essential partners in developing new knowledge and in preparing the next generation of educators, practitioners, counselors and scholars.
- A commitment to study real problems of practice and contribute to policy development and analysis.
- A diverse community of scholars known for its culture of collaboration, especially across disciplinary boundaries
- Flexibility allowing individuals to tailor programs to their scholarly and professional interests
- Many centers, projects and offices that provide contexts for conducting and disseminating research in the field, on a small or large scale
Doctoral Program List
- Adult and Higher Education
- Counseling Psychology
- Educational Administration, Curriculum and Supervision Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
- Educational Administration, Curriculum and Supervision Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
- Tulsa Campus: Educational Administration, Curriculum, and Supervision Ed.D.
- Educational Studies
- Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum
- Tulsa Campus: Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum, Concentration in Early Childhood
- Instructional Psychology and Technology
- Special Education