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Undergraduate Advising

After undergraduate admission, advisers are assigned according to students’ intended licensure levels and teaching fields. The adviser’s name appears in each student’s letter of acceptance or is available from the SOE Advising Center.

Graduate Advising

When application materials are processed and program requirements are met, an adviser is assigned according to the student’s interest. Each student should consult the assigned adviser during each enrollment period.

Doctoral candidates should develop a program plan at the first enrollment or promptly thereafter. A copy of this program should be filed with the Graduate Division of the School of Education. Basic and applied research skills, including statistics, research design, and related requirements appropriate to the degree, are required for the Ph.D. and Ed.D. Specific descriptions of research options may be obtained from the department.

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