Doctoral Programs

Department: Educational Leadership (EDL)

The Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership in PK-12 concentration seeks to advance the work of public schools throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. The program is committed to developing reflective leaders and change agents, capable of responding to the area’s demographic shifts and the increasingly complex needs of educational organizations within this diverse multicultural region.

Advising

For program advising contact Dr. Jim Marshall.

For general questions contact  Rachael Stewart

 

Department: Educational Leadership (EDL)

The Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership in PK-12 seeks to advance the work of public schools throughout the San Diego region. The fall 2019 cohort will focus on leadership within science and mathematics. The program is committed to developing reflective leaders and change agents, capable of responding to the area’s demographic shifts and the increasingly complex science and mathematics needs of educational organizations within this diverse multicultural region.

Advising

For program advising contact Dr. Jim Marshall.

For general questions contact  Rachael Stewart

Department: Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education (ARPE)

SDSU's Ed.D. program concentration in Community College Leadership (CCLEAD) is widely regarded as one of the top programs in the nation.

CCLEAD develops leaders who are equity oriented, use inquiry to understand the inherent complexities of educational systems, and maintain institutional responsibility for critical issues facing America's community colleges.

Advising

For program advising contact  Wendy Bracken

Department: Joint Ph.D. Program (JDP)

The Joint Ph.D. Program in Education offered by San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University develops scholars who are committed to research on democratic schooling, social justice and equal educational outcomes for all students, to promote the improvement of educational systems serving diverse communities.

Students in the Ph.D. in Education Program may choose from the following emphases in their program of study:

  • Teaching Learning and Culture
  • Educational Policy, Evaluation and Reform
  • Higher Education/Student Affairs
Advising

For program advising contact  Dr. Rafaela Santa Cruz.

For general questions contact  JDP Program

Department: College of Education & College of Sciences

The Mathematics and Science Education Ph.D. Program (MSED) is interdisciplinary in nature. Students take courses in cognitive science, sociology, philosophy, history, and psychology, in addition to taking courses and having research apprenticeship experiences in mathematics and science education research.

MSED is offered collaboratively with the University of California, San Diego and, at San Diego State University, by departments within the College of Education and the College of Sciences.

Department: Counseling and School Psychology (CSP)

The School Psychology Program prepares school psychologists to be systems change agents in culturally diverse schools. It embraces an ecosystemic philosophy-orientation and emphasizes multicultural content, processes, and experiences.  The program provides an integrated sequence of theory, research, and practice in 7 areas over a 3-year sequence of full-time study, followed by a full-time, year-long internship. This integrated graduate-profession program culminates in the Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degree in School Psychology.

Advising

For program advising contact  Dr. Tonika Green.

For general questions contact  [email protected]