Our Research Centers help you identify faculty, fellow doctoral students and doctoral alumni who are researching topics in your discipline. Here you can access doctoral-specific resources, including our doctoral writing lab, orientation workshops, hundreds of online resources – these vibrant scholarly communities help students and faculty find others with similar interests and build relationships to support those interests.
Quality review is available throughout the writing process, as well as doctoral research courses to inform you about methodologies, writing style and requirements.
And with 700+ mentoring faculty and University Research Methodologist Faculty at the ready, you can get the help you’ll need to succeed.
Once your dissertation is complete, the College of Doctoral Studies can help you disseminate your research to other scholarly venues, such as online databases and our research library. Our Research Presentation Awards Program provides financial support for qualified learners, alumni and faculty who pursue the opportunity to present their research at professional and scholarly conferences.
Doctoral programs require three- to eight-day residencies in select cities. Please contact a University enrollment representative for details.