|The Ph.D. (Education) program accepts students every other year (even years). The next intake is scheduled for Fall Semester 2024.|
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Education program is offered to qualified candidates, normally by full-time study. It consists of courses, a comprehensive exam, and a thesis, and can be completed in four years of full-time study. Under the supervision of a committee of faculty members, the doctoral program prepares graduates for faculty and leadership positions in educational settings.
The Ph.D. (Education) program commences in the Fall semester and the deadline for application is February 1st. Please refer to application submission deadlines.
Please visit the links provided in the table below to learn more about the Ph.D. (Education) admission/application process.
|School of Graduate Studies Regulations|
|Ph.D. (Education) Regulations|
Note: Applicants are strongly encouraged to identify a supervisor (faculty member) for their study at the time of application. Please review the academic profiles of current faculty members to learn more about their research areas and contact information.
Please visit the link provided in the table below to learn more about the Ph.D. (Education) program requirements.
For additional program information please refer to:
|Ph.D. (Education) Program Information|
|Doctoral Studies Handbook (Education) (September 2018)|
Please visit the links provided in the table below to learn more about program costs and funding opportunities.
|Ph.D. (Education) Program Costs and Funding|
|Graduate Tuition and Fees|
|School of Graduate Studies Minimum Expense Form|
Students are required to apply online to have information formally assessed. Applications and official supporting documents are to be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies by the application deadline. Complete detailed application packages are expected by the deadline date. Applications may be submitted online by following the process outlined at School of Graduate Studies-Application Package.