Doctor of Philosophy in Education and Human Development, Research and Evaluation Methods

Degree Earned: PhD We need researchers who understand societal problems firsthand AND have the tools to tackle them. Join CU Denver’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education and Human Development concentration in Research and Evaluation Methods to become exceptionally data savvy and immediately apply your learning to your field. Students gain expertise in methods and advanced analysis techniques while participating in research, evaluation, and teaching experiences.

Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Urban and Diverse Communities

Degree Earned: EdD Prepares leaders to see opportunities in the range of complex challenges facing the education system. Graduates of the program will have the aptitude to properly serve diverse and urban student populations in P-12, post-secondary, and nonprofit educational systems. The program hones the skills needed to work within communities and address issues to lead systems change.

Doctor of Psychology, School Psychology

Degree Earned: PsyD License CU Denver's APA-accredited PsyD program prepares innovative school psychologists to be culturally responsive practitioners in diverse settings.

Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Latin@ Learners and Communities

Degree Earned: EdD Equips leaders with the knowledge and resources to create and sustain high standards in antiracist, culturally, and linguistically diverse education. Graduates aim increase equity in schools and improve learning environments for Latinx learners. Graduates serve as leaders in schools, educational systems, colleges, community agencies, and organizations.