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The Interdisciplinary Education doctoral concentration provides a framework to support innovative, cutting-edge inquiry among students and faculty across campus. This program is designed to foster research that approaches dilemmas in education from interdisciplinary perspectives. It allows students who have academic backgrounds and interests that span across multiple disciplines to construct an individualized program of study grounded in at least two disciplines/fields, one of which may be outside the College of Education.

The Interdisciplinary Education program requires a minimum of 69 credit hours to complete, and aims to attract students from diverse populations and geographic regions, preparing them to attain their personal, professional, and scholarly goals and to compete in a rapidly changing workforce. The program seeks to provide a curriculum and an intellectual climate grounded in strengthening the relevance of the university to the communities it serves locally, nationally, and globally.

Why choose Interdisciplinary Education program at USF College of Education?

Our graduates are employed as:

For more information, contact the program coordinator