School of Education
Professor Gerardo W. Gonzalez
Hans Andersen, Robert Arnove, Trudy Banta (I), Charles Barman (I), Christine Bennett, Landon Beyer, Harbans Bhola, Paul Blohm (NW), Ellen Brantlinger, Barry Bull, Leonard Burrello, Michael Cohen (I), Jack Cummings, Donald Cunningham, Thomas Duffy, Lee Ehman, Susan Eklund, Roger Farr, William Foster, Thomas Froehle, Dorothy Gabel, Jesse Goodman, Thomas Gregory, Stuart Hart (I), Jerome Harste, Don Hossler, Gary Ingersoll, Susan Klein, Dennis Knapczyk, George Kuh, Frank Lester, David Mank, H. Martha McCarthy, Edward McClellan, Larry Mikulecky, Marianne Mitchell, D. Keith Morran (I), Daniel Mueller, Carlos Ovando, John Patrick, Lewis Polsgrove, Charles Reigeluth, Charles Ridley, Jose Rosario (IN), Thomas Schwandt, Myrtle Scott, Marcia Sheridan (SB), Martin Siegel, Edward St. John, Frances Stage, Rex Stockton, Michael Tulley (K), Donald Warren, Barbara Wilcox (I), Barbara Wolf, Enid Zimmerman
Joyce Alexander, John Bean, Jacqueline Blackwell* (I), James Boland* (NW), Elizabeth Boling, Curtis Bonk, William Boone, Marilynne Boyle-Baise,* Catherine Brown, Cary Buzzelli, Judith Chafel, Nancy Chism, Beatriz DíAmbrosio (I), Ginette Delandshere,* David Flinders, Theodore Frick, Enrique Galindo,* Jerry Galloway (NW), M. Gail Hickey* (FW), Mary Beth Hines,* Thomas Huberty, Diana Lambdin, Christine Leland* (I), Linda Mabry,* Terrence Mason,* Luise Prior McCarty, Kim Metcalf, Michael Molenda, Martha Nyikos, Michael Parsons (I), Joanne Peng, James Pershing,* Sharon Pugh, Charlotte Reed* (NW), Floyd Robison (I), Patricia Rogan* (I), Pamela Sandoval* (NW), Florence Sawicki* (NW), Kenneth Schoon* (NW), Geoffrey Schultz* (NW), Thomas Schwen, David Silk* (I), Carmen Simich-Dudgeon,* Russell Skiba, Neil Theobald, Chalmer Thompson, Michael Tracy, Clyde Wiles* (NW)
Guadalupe Anaya,* Sasha Barab,* Beth Berghoff* (I), Deborah Carter,* Joy Egbert,* Bradley Levinson,* Mitzi Lewison,* Prisca Martens* (I), Mary Sue Mau* (I), Mary McMullen,* Anastasia Morrone* (I), Robert Osgood* (I), Jonathan Plucker, Anne Dopkins Stright*
Anita Aldrich, Jean Anderson, Alan Bell, Dean Berkley, Laurence Brown, Edward G. W. Buffie, Carolyn Burke, Philip Chamberlain, Clinton Chase, Michael Chiappetta, Lian-Hwang Chiu (K), Lewis Ciminillo* (NW), Gilbert Clark, T. James Crawford, Ivor Davies, Bette Davis,* Maxine Dunfee, Earl Dvorak, Meryl Englander, Gene Faris, Leo Fay, Albert Fink, Malcolm Fleming, Raymond Gibson, Robert Gibson, David Gliessman, Richard Gousha, Sadie Grimmett, Egon Guba, Samuel Guskin, Carolyn Guss, Dale Hall,* Robert C. Harris, Robert Heinich, Ernest Horn, Guy Hubbard, Lawson Hughes, Edward Jenkinson, Alice Jwaideh, Christian Jung, James Knowlton, DeWayne Kurpius, Duaine Lang, Lawrence Larson, John LeBlanc, William Lynch, James Mahan, R. Bruce McQuigg, John McKinley, George Maccia, Donald Manlove, Gerald Marker, Milton Marten,* Jerry McIntosh, Howard Mehlinger, John Moldstad,
Anabel Newman, Anna Ochoa, Norman Overly, Vernon Pace, Dennis Pett, Joan Prentice, Edward Robbins (I), Robert Shaffer, June Shane, Carl Smith, Frederick Smith, Gerald Smith, Vernon Smith, Josephine Spear, Elizabeth Steiner, James Walden, James Weigand, Virginia Woodward
FW after a faculty memberís name indicates that the person teaches at the Fort Wayne campus; I, at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; E, at the East campus; K, at Kokomo; NW, at the Northwest campus; and SB, at South Bend.
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies
Professor Luise McCarty, 4072 Education, (812) 856-8543
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree is offered through the University Graduate School. In addition, the School of Education offers the Master of Science (M.S.) in Education, the Specialist in Education (Ed.S.), and the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degrees. (See the School of Education Graduate Bulletin.)
Doctor of Philosophy Degree
Fields of Study
Counseling psychology; curriculum and instruction; educational psychology; higher education; history, philosophy and policy studies in education; instructional systems technology; language education; and special education.
Program of Studies
The Ph.D. degree with a major in education is pursued under the direction of a committee appointed by the University Graduate School and the School of Education. As with other Graduate School doctoral programs, a minimum of 90 hours of course work is required. This includes a major (selected from the fields of study listed above), a minor, a series of research courses, and a dissertation. Written and oral qualifying examinations are taken following course work; a final oral defense of the dissertation research completes the program. Up to 30 hours of graduate course work may be transferred from other universities, with the approval of the advisory committee.
Admission recommendations are made by program area and School of Education admission committees and are based on graduate and undergraduate grades (especially in academic courses), scores on the General test of the Graduate Record Examination, and letters of recommendation. Interviews are required in some programs.
Application forms are available from the School of Education Office of Graduate Studies, Wright Education Building 4070.
Students earning a Ph.D. degree in Education must fulfill all requirements of the University Graduate School (as found in this bulletin) and of the School of Education (as found in the School of Education Graduate Program Bulletin).
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