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Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a Concentration in Career and Workforce

At a time when globalization and technology have changed the way we work, the connections between education, work, and the economy have become more evident than ever. Long gone are the days when education operated in isolation and youth had jobs assured even with minimum technical skills.


Tools Communities, states, and entire nations now depend on coherent systems linking education, work, and the economy to educate, sustain, and develop the current and future workforce. In turn, a new generation of professionals who understand these system connections is needed in academia and other venues to produce new related knowledge and think through policy development. A doctorate in Career and Workforce Education will open the door to emerging and rewarding career opportunities in this field.

If you are interested in a challenging career in a related area, learn more about our program by exploring the additional information options available here. Or, contact us should you want to discuss the program in person or by phone.

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For more information on the Ph.D. in CWE program contact:
Dr. Victor Hernandez, Associate Professor
Office: EDU 151B
Phone: (813) 974-1277
Fax: (813) 974-3366
E-mail: victorh@usf.edu

 

 


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