Doctoral students in the program learn from and collaborate with outstanding, expert faculty members from all departments in the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA). These are dedicated teachers and recognized scholars, all committed to working alongside students as part of their research.
During the admissions phase, applicants are encouraged to identify faculty members with similar research interests who may be able to serve as advisors throughout the doctoral program. It is strongly recommended that you meet with them as you begin the application process to learn more about their scholarship and willingness to advise a new doctoral student.
- Human Development faculty
- Public Administration faculty
- Social Work faculty
- Student Affairs Administration faculty
- Teaching, Learning, and Educational Leadership faculty
Additionally, assistance and advisement may come from faculty members who contribute to our joint programs with other colleges at Binghamton University: