The Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is a graduate program intended for teacher/scholars who have demonstrated distinguished achievement as practitioners or administrators in the field of education.
The D.Ed. is a professional degree conferred upon candidates who have demonstrated the ability to function effectively in the role of teacher-educator in college and university settings and who have a commitment to the professional development of preservice and in-service teachers.
Program description and courses can be found online in the Graduate Catalog.
Take courses with a cohort, through which you will build and maintain a supportive professional and academic network by moving through your sequence of classes with the same group of students. The next Monroeville cohort is scheduled to begin with the Fall 2015 term.
Submit the following to IUP’s School of Graduate Studies and Research for admission consideration:
The following application items must be submitted to the Department of Professional Studies in Education:
Request information online, e-mail program coordinator Dr. Mary Jalongo (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call IUP's Department of Professional Studies in Education at 724-357-2400.
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