PhD in Curriculum & Instruction (STEM Specialization)

NMCTM members and friends … great offer below for doctoral work …

We are writing to ask your help to let prospective doctoral students know Texas Tech is recruiting experienced K-12 math educators for its (mostly) online PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with specialization in STEM education.  The attached FAQ has more details.

Perhaps you would be interested.  Perhaps you can tell others who might be interested.

We will start to review completed applications on March 1, so people should start the application process right away.

The program website can be viewed at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/elearning/doctoral/curriculum-instruction/stem-education/

There are two parts to the application.

  1. Starting with an application to the TTU Graduate School at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/gradschool/admissions/
  2. And then applying to the TTU College of Education at https://appspace.ads.ttu.edu/EDUCGraduateApplication/Candidate/apply/ApplyForDegree?guid=1a1bc5bb-1e49-42af-bbda-1797410d604d

We have already had great success in the science education field and are excited now to open the program to K-12 educators in all STEM disciplines.

When you reply, please reply to all.

Thanks.

Sun Young Han, PhD

Assistant Professor
Texas Tech University