The Doctor of Philosophy program in Curriculum and Instruction is a research-intensive degree intended for individuals who plan careers as scholars, researchers and educators in higher education or who will hold other research-oriented leadership positions.
Graduates provide effective leadership in autism programming and policy development and conduct intervention-based research that will bridge existing research-to-practice gaps and improve outcomes for students with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
The Human Performance and Movement Science (HPMS) program prepares PhD graduates to conduct research and education within human performance and disease prevention through movement science. The HPMS program will provide opportunity to address health disparities in minoritized populations through physical activity and lifestyle change.
Broaden your understanding of behavior and its impact on learning, ecological assessment, issues and emerging trends, research and use of evidence-based practice, issues and practices in personnel development, and effective programs and program evaluation.
Earn a Doctorate of Philosophy in Philosophy.
Gather, analyze, and judge empirical information to help inform research and policy, and will be prepared to emphasize research and data analysis in a range of settings, including universities, public and private schools, corporations and governmental roles.