STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Our doctoral students develop deep disciplinar y and interdisciplinary exper tise and are prepared for leadership roles as educational researchers.
S TANFORD G RADUATE S CHOOL OF E DUCATION
Anthropology Economics Educational Policy Higher Education History International Comparative Education Linguistics Organizational Studies Philosophy Race, Inequality, and Language in Education Sociology Developmental and Psychological Sciences Learning Sciences and Technology Design Elementary Education
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Literacy, Language, and English Education History/Social Science Education Mathematics Education Science Education Teacher Education
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D O C TO R A L D E G R E E P RO G R A M S
Full funding guaranteed for four academic years.
PROG RA M S
Travel fellowships to attend Education conferences. Dissertation grants available.
The doctoral programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Education produce educational research that is both rigorous and relevant to educational policy and practice. The preparation of doctoral students goes hand-in-hand with the facultyâ€™s research activity, and apprenticeships on research projects are a major part of doctoral research training.
Research Associate University of Chicago
obtained during the doctoral program.
Interdisciplinary approach, porous boundaries within our programs & across campus.
Innovative, dynamic Education and Policy research centers accessible to all students. I think the most fascinating aspect of Stanford is the openness. Since I am pursing interdisciplinary study, I have to co-work with colleagues out of SUSE. Thanks to low-barrier between schools and departments, now I am working with my colleagues both in and out of SUSE very well. This aspect, openness, made me come to Stanford. Hyemin Han, admitted 2011
question the conventional.
The majority of our graduates pursue a university career in teaching and research. Other graduates seek employment in educational research and policy settings at both public and private research organizations.
Social Science Researcher SRI International
Ph.D. minor or concurrent M.A. can be
Assistant Professor California State University San Bernardino
Assistant Professor, Education University of Georgia
Assistant Professor University of the Andes, Bogota, Colombia
Visiting Asst. Professor Teachers College Columbia
Director of Student Programs Georgetown University
Associate Professor University of Michigan
Director Master's Program Stanford University
My research interests were extremely well aligned with a member of the faculty who I hoped to work with. In retrospect, this was a great indicator that this was the correct program for me. Prior to honing in on an advisor, I had selected Stanford after comparing their work in Learning Sciences and Technology Design to the work of other scholars at my schools of interest. Stanford was the most progressive and innovative on this front. Molly Bullock, admitted 2011 Stanford is such an amazing place to learn. I choose to come here because of the quality of teaching, mentoring, peers, resources, and opportunities. The beautiful campus, lovely weather, and gorgeous surrounding Bay Area didn't hurt either. Parissa Jahromi, admitted 2009