Ph.D. in Education Policy
The Doctor of Education in Education Policy will prepare scholars for careers in academia, think tanks, and public service in the field of K-12 Education Policy. The program of study is based on empirical and theoretical research in the social sciences and other academic disciplines. Our program is distinguished by its exceptional methodological rigor and reform themes, and boasts completion rates of 79% (4-year) and 89% (7-year). Students are required to be in residence at the University for at least the first three years of the program.
Learn more about the Department of Education Reform's Ph.D. in Education Policy in our fall 2021 Virtual Town Hall presentation, EDRE Ph.D. Virtual Town Hall (PDF).
Any questions should be directed to our Graduate Coordinator Tom Bennett, Ed.D., J.D.
The Department of Education Reform's doctoral degree in Education Policy received final approval from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education on July 25, 2008.
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