The PhD in Special Education is a terminal degree that provides the highest level of research-based methods for studying and developing new pedagogical tools that improve outcomes for exceptional children. Many PhD graduates enter faculty positions in higher education to teach tomorrow’s teachers.
How much does a PhD in special education cost in Wisconsin?
Within the NCATE-accredited School of Education, advanced cohorts of four to eight students pursue the 56-credit Special Education Ph.D. program yearly. Over $50 million in extramural funding supports dissertations in the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER). Doctoral Tuition: $791 (in-state) or $1,623 (out-of-state) per credit
Why get a PhD in special education at UIC?
Illinois was ranked 24th for best graduate education by the U.S. News. Adhering to NCATE standards, the 96-hour Ph.D. in Special Education offers practice in the UIC Educational Assessment Clinic and research in the Center for Urban Education Leadership. Doctoral Tuition: $5,740 (in-state) or $11,860 (out-of-state) each semester
How much does it cost to become a special education specialist?
Special educators have several doctoral options, including a Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ph.D. in Intellectual Disability/Autism & Severe/Multiple Disabilities, or Ph.D. in Deaf and Hard of Hearing, with CAEP approval. Doctoral Tuition: $9,072 (half-time) or $18,144 (full-time) per semester
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