English Language Arts Education Ph.D.
Our English Language Arts Ph.D. program builds on competencies and foundations from your previous experiences and coursework. Through coursework and independent research, we’ll prepare you to pursue your ultimate career goals. Our graduates work in many different settings, including teaching, administration, and training.
Ph.D. programs are not part of the Auburn University approved Educator Preparation Programs. The state of Alabama does not have certification/license at this level and therefore this degree is not eligible for reciprocity in other states.
Coursework — 88 hours minimum
- English education courses (includes research and dissertation) — 22 hours
- Teaching field courses (Generally transferred from Master’s or Ed.S. degrees) — 30 hours
- Advisor-approved common courses — 12 hours
- Research courses — 18 hours
- Departmental electives — 6 hours
- Exact programs of study are developed with your chair and faculty committee.
- Masters or other graduate work may count toward total degree hours.
- March 15 for Summer Semester admission
- June 15 for Fall Semester admission
- October 15 for Spring Semester admission
- View Graduate Application and Admission for more specific details.
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Cost & Financial Support
- Auburn’s Financial Aid Office helps students find support.
- Auburn’s Graduate School provides fellowships and financial aid information.
- College of Education Graduate Student Travel Awards Guidelines
Assistantships and Scholarships
- Auburn University Graduate Assistantship Guidelines
- Auburn University Scholarships (AUSOM)
- A limited number of graduate assistantships for on-campus students may be available.
- Contact the program coordinator for more information.