Indiana Campus Ph.D. in Teacher Education Doctorate Programs
Educators seeking to learn advanced skills and knowledge related to teaching fellow educators might consider a Campus Doctorate in Teacher Education.
Wondering about the advantages of choosing a campus based or traditional Ph.D. teaching degree program? Learning in a real classroom is likely a good option for students who crave in-person connection with their classmates and teachers—particularly since this career path involves so much one-on-one and group interaction. You may also benefit from access to on-campus services such as libraries, gyms or tutoring centers—depending on the particulars of your school of choice.
To get started, just filter by location to pick a city, state or country to find grad schools that offer graduate teaching courses in your desired area.
- West Lafayette, INWest Lafayette, IN
Our graduate students have opportunities to construct foundational knowledge about literacy and language from historical, philosophical, theoretical, and pedagogical perspectives.
- West Lafayette, IN
- Lawrence, INLawrence, IN
University of Kansas
KU's first music education Ph.D. was granted in 1951. From that time through May 1996, 99 music education doctorates have been earned at KU. More than 400 master's degrees have been completed. Division graduates have achieved positions of leadership as...
- Lawrence, IN
- Muncie, INMuncie, IN
Ball State University
If you could choose the ideal college -- one that provided you powerful resources (world class faculty, facilities, technology, and academics) for personal learning (small classes, with extensive faculty interaction and contact) -- you would choose Ball...
- Muncie, IN
- Mishawaka, INMishawaka, IN
Graduate Theological Foundation
- Terre Haute, INTerre Haute, IN
Indiana State University
This is an 18-hour, graduate program leading to licensure as a middle / secondary teacher (grades six - 12). Currently, this...