Due to the cancellations and/or postponements of the GMAT and GRE exams in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of the Graduate School is waiving the GMAT/GRE admission requirement for the Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 for some programs. This program will be waiving the GRE. To see the list of programs that are still requiring the GRE, please visit the Office of the Graduate School’s Test Score Requirements Notice.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Systems and Workforce Development is an individualized degree program that builds on your existing work and educational experience and can be tailored to your unique career goals.
This program is unique to you. Utilize what you have learned and your experience to develop a Ph.D. program that meets your needs.
Graduates pursue careers as faculty, researchers, administrators, evaluators, directors, high-level managers and consultants.
Do you enjoy writing at a professional level? What about researching, teaching and learning? If these are your interests, this is a degree you should consider. Students in this program generally enjoy analyzing complex problems and posing solutions, infusing technology into teaching and learning, presenting new ideas and exploring emerging technologies.