The PhD in Learning Sciences and Policy (LSAP) program produces nationally competitive research scholars who have the training, track record, and vision to become leaders in understanding and promoting educational change. We believe that understanding learning, teaching, and organizations is best undertaken as an interactive system, and that an integrated and coordinated interdisciplinary approach is best suited to understand, design, and implement educational change. Integrated coursework that covers the fields of learning sciences, policy and organizations, and learning in the disciplines (e.g., mathematics, science or literacy). Access to Pittsburgh rich talent pool of analysts and research in education policy and learning including research scientists at Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), policy specialists at the RAND Corporation, scholars at Carnegie Mellon University, and education reform specialists at the Institute for Learning.
GRE score required at University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus master's degree programs in Learning Sciences