Doctor of Philosophy. Major in Education. Specialization in Higher Education.
The Ph.D. degrees in this field is offered through the College of Education.
Program of Study
Prerequisite(s) Master's Degree (Up to 28 credits from the Master's degree may be applied to the 84 required).
|Required Content Core|
|HED 606||Organizational Development and Change in Higher Education||3|
|HED 607||Social Justice Leadership in Higher Education||3|
|HED 608||Stewardship of Higher Education||3|
|HED 609||Leadership in Higher Education||3|
|HED 610||Governance and Public Policy in Higher Education||3|
|HED 627||Law and Ethics in Higher Education||3|
|HED 625||Finance and Budgeting in Higher Education||3|
|HED 623||Contemporary Issues in Higher Education 1||5|
|ED 571||Introduction to Quantitative Research||3|
|ED 574||Survey of Qualitative Research||3|
|ED 680||Philosophical Foundations of Educational Research||3|
|HED 611||Research Internship in Higher Education||6|
|Select one additional Qualitative Quantitative ED course||3|
|Select 12 credits for Dissertation||12|
Courses to total 84 credits for this degree.
This course is designed to meet a residency requirement by attending two, week-long sessions in the summers of 2016 and 2017. The 2016 session will be held on the Moscow campus. The 2017 session will be held on the Coeur d'Alene campus. During Spring semester of 2018, students must attend a three-day session on the Boise campus.