On top of that, we want you to develop core competencies in communication, knowledge synthesis, engaged scholarship, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
Your PME coursework, teaching activities, and other co-curricular programs will empower you to master these skills.
After your thesis or dissertation is reviewed by the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies and all requested edits are made, the forms and Pro Quest entries are reviewed and approved by the library representative, the transmittal form is sent to the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies for final degree audit and review for degree award.
Note: You are required to upload to your Pro Quest account the same version (with same content/format) of your thesis as approved by your advisory committee.
All directions for posting your thesis and associated forms can be found in the Thesis Manual.
All directions for posting your dissertation and associated forms can be found in the Dissertation Manual for Ed D students.
The Ed D Program publishes a Dissertation Manual for Ed D students.
When committee members are identified for a thesis or dissertation committee, the thesis/dissertation advisor should submit the names of the committee members to the Associate Provost, Graduate and Professional Studies, using this form: When you defend your thesis or dissertation, your committee will sign the thesis committee signature page.
Students can also propose a meaningful teaching equivalent to be approved by the Director of Graduate Studies and the Dean of Students (proposed equivalents must have clearly articulated pedagogical learning goals and objectives).
PME graduate students are not expected to complete their teaching requirement in their first year, but may be asked to TA as needed in any year thereafter.