Mentored research assistantships are a form of financial assistance allowing education doctoral students to work closely with a BYU faculty member on an education research project for a semester or longer. Through research assistantships students receive practical experience, valuable mentoring, and financial assistance. Research assistantships can provide work up to 20 hours a week and be valued up to $19,000.
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Qualifications for an Education Doctoral Scholarship
Tuition scholarships are awarded to qualified students who have completed a relevant master's degree before entering the Educational Inquiry, Measurement, and Evaluation PhD program.
Application for Tuition Scholarship
If applying to the Educational Inquiry, Measurement, and Evaluation PhD program, please select the box on the application form indicating whether you intend to seek financial assistance.
Dr. Scott Ferrin
The McKay School of Education offers the following teaching majors: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Physical Education Teaching/Coaching (K–12), and Special Education. The following teaching minors are offered: Dual-Language Immersion, Physical Education (K–12), and TESOL (K–12).
The School Leadership Program embraces the mission and aims of Brigham Young University and develops competent educational leaders of faith, intellect, and character who have a vision and a compelling sense of purpose for the continuous improvement of schools and enhancement of learning for all.
In the graduate program students will acquire the knowledge and skills to facilitate, motivate, and lead high levels of learning for all students and teachers.
Faculty and Doctoral Student Research
The Educational Inquiry, Measurement, and Evaluation PhD program encourages faculty and PhD students to participate in educational research. The students are assigned to work with BYU faculty members on research during each semester of their enrollment.
The Educational Inquiry, Measurement, and Evaluation (EIME) doctoral program prepares graduates with PhD degrees who have the knowledge, expertise, experience, and character traits to work productively as researchers, evaluators, policy analysts, assessment specialists, and/or professors in a variety of settings: