Ph.D. Minor in Education Policy Studies
Minor Requirements (12 cr.)
Core Courses (6 cr.)
- EDUC-H 605 Educational Policy and Reform (3 cr.)
And one of the following:
- EDUC-H 620 Education Policy Analysis (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 622 Education Policy in Practice (3 cr.)
Additional Courses (6 cr.)
Students pursuing this minor select two additional courses that help to acquaint them with fundamental areas relevant to policy studies: the context of policy, the politics of the policy process, the legal and financial aspects of policy, and topical issues courses.
Select two courses from the following:
- EDUC-A 560 Political Perspectives of Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-A 608 Legal Perspectives on Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-A 631 Microeconomic Applications to Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-C 670 Problems in Financing Higher Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-C 705 Legal Aspects of Higher Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 504 History of American Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 525 Anthropology of Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 540 Sociology of Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 560 Education and Change in Societies (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 631 Social and Political Philosophy and Education (3 cr.)
- EDUC-H 637 Topical Seminar (3 cr.)
Courses selected for the minor may not be used to meet substantive core requirements and may not be from the student’s primary field of specialization.
The doctoral minor in Education Policy Studies does not require a minor qualifying exam.