Part time Doctor of Philosophy in Education in North America

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One must accomplish two things when earning a PhD. First one must understand a particular subject thoroughly. Secondly, one must extensively in knowledge about that subject.

Teaching can be very frustrating if you do not advance your education skills and knowledge to doctorate level. This will enable you to understand the concepts better and deliver quality content to your students. It will also enable you to understand the student's behavior well.

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Special Education (Ed.D.)

University of San Francisco - School of Education
Campus Part time 5 years August 2017 USA San Francisco

With a focus on equity, access, and inclusion, the Ed.D. in Special Education prepares students for research, leadership, and higher education teaching. [+]

Top Part time Doctoral Programs in Education in North America. Disability. Equity. Culture. With a focus on equity, access, and inclusion, the Ed.D. in Special Education prepares students for research, leadership, and higher education teaching. Our interdisciplinary approach, allows students to draw from, critique, and contribute various perspectives on disability and its intersection with other social markers — to advocate for, and walk in solidarity with people with disabilities. Program coursework provides a strong methodological and theoretical foundation, and prepares students for three practicum experiences: higher education teaching, research, and school consultation and collaboration, providing opportunities for career advancement. In each practicum, students are matched with a faculty mentor from USF or another university and given the opportunity to take part in a research study, teach a graduate level course, or collaborate with a community-based organization. Program Details The doctoral program consists of 60 credit hours of study beyond the master's degree and culminates in the completion of a doctoral dissertation. By taking 12-15 credits per year, students can complete the doctoral program in five years. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to conduct meaningful research related to the issues and challenges faced by students with disabilities, provide evidence-based teacher education, and collaborate with school personnel to improve the educational outcomes of students with disabilities. They will be able to consider and address a variety of cultural, linguistic, socioeconomic, contextual, and communicative factors as they prepare future K-12 special education teachers to serve students with disabilities. Program Delivery To meet the needs of working professionals, the program follows a schedule of alternate weekend classes that convene nine times a semester (Friday evenings and all day Saturdays). Course Details Students can complete the Ed.D. in Special Education program in five years or less depending upon how many courses are taken in a semester. Learning Outcomes The Doctoral Program in Special Education Student Learning Outcomes: The faculty in the Doctoral Program in Special Education will provide students with foundational-level skills for scholarship in learning and instruction. Students will demonstrate an understanding of data-analysis skills. Students will demonstrate scholarly analysis of research articles. Students will demonstrate scholarly writing. The faculty in the Doctoral Program in Special Education will provide students with advanced-level skills for scholarship in learning and instruction. Students will demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate standardized assessment instruments of their own choosing. Students will demonstrate the ability to write results sections of research studies. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply literature review techniques to a subject of their own choosing. The faculty in the Doctoral Program in Special Education will provide students with the ability to design, conduct, and communicate original research of their own choosing. Students will communicate original research Students will design, conduct, and write up original research of their own choosing. Visit our website here to learn more about this program Financial Resources Federal financial aid, state, and university resources are available as funding to newly admitted and current USF School of Education students. In order to offset the cost of graduate education tuition, many School of Education courses are offered in the late afternoon and evening, and/or on alternating weekends. Most students find they can maintain a full time job while earning their credential, master’s or doctoral degree. However, if your program requires you to spend time in a classroom (i.e. student teaching) or to complete a fieldwork or traineeship experience, such commitments will interfere with a normal workday.     Visit our website to learn more about financial resources for this program [-]

International and Multicultural Education (Ed.D.)

University of San Francisco - School of Education
Campus Part time 5 years August 2017 USA San Francisco

The <strong>Ed.D. in International and Multicultural Education (IME)</strong> is dedicated to understanding formal and informal education within diverse sociocultural, linguistic, political and economic contexts. [+]

Training Critical Scholars and Engaged Practitioners The Ed.D. in International and Multicultural Education (IME) is dedicated to understanding formal and informal education within diverse sociocultural, linguistic, political and economic contexts. Based on principles of equity, social justice, and human rights, the program critically addresses the realities of education within and beyond the borders of public schooling in the United States and around the world. Our program equips students with the skills needed to engage in scholarship, teaching and advocacy work that addresses many of the key issues impacting education today. Visit our website here to learn more about this program Distinctive Program Features Focus on engaged scholarship with a meaningful impact on local and global communities. A cutting edge and intellectually rigorous curriculum grounded in critical pedagogy. A strong sense of community composed of highly diverse faculty and students who offer personal and scholarly support. Apprenticeship opportunities for doctoral students in becoming social justice scholars, practitioners, and advocates. "IME is a family, a group of intelligent loving human beings that feel that social justice is at the core of being an educator. It is a place that is called our second home, a place that we come to when the outside world is frustrating and we need a place of support and reflection. It is this place that thoughts are thrown around honored, respected and gracefully challenged. It is the place that has been present in civilizations since the beginning of time...community." —IME EdD Student Program Delivery The program follows a schedule of alternate weekend classes that convene nine times a semester (Friday evenings and all day Saturdays). Program Details The Ed.D. program is grounded in five main conceptual areas: critical social theory and schooling; intersectionality of race, class, nation, language, gender and sexuality in education; human rights and social movements; international and comparative education; and alternative research paradigms. Rooted in the practice of critical pedagogy, this program provides a dynamic learning community where students benefit from rigorous experience both in the classroom and in the community. We believe that IME’s conceptual framework and pedagogy serve to equip students in becoming leaders capable of reimagining possibilities for education in multiple contexts. The International and Multicultural Education (IME) Doctoral Program is comprised of 60 credits of study beyond the master's degree and culminates in the completion of a doctoral dissertation. Students can choose from a range of courses in IME or concentration in either Human Rights Education or Second Language Acquisition. Learning Outcomes The International and Multicultural Education Program Learning Outcomes The goal of each IME program is to develop professional practitioners with expertise in three key areas: Conceptual and Theoretical knowledge: including critical social theory, critical pedagogy, critical race theory and intersectionality, feminist theory, human rights and social movements, and alternative research paradigms. Application skills: analysis, synthesis, and evaluation skills for teaching and research, program/policy development and administration, and local/global social justice/human rights activism. Methodological tools based in qualitative research such as participatory action research, teacher action research, testimonio, and critical ethnography. The International and Multicultural Education Program Student Learning Outcomes The IME programs are designed to enable students upon graduation, to: Use theory as a lens for thinking critically about social inequities in local/global contexts. Work as a transformative professional in schools, universities, and communities to bring about social change. Be a prominent voice in the educational justice movement through scholarship and praxis Design, implement, and assess K-12 and post-secondary classroom/community programs focused on human rights, social justice, and/or critical multicultural education. Financial Resources Federal financial aid, state, and university resources are available as funding to newly admitted and current USF School of Education students. In order to offset the cost of graduate education tuition, many School of Education courses are offered in the late afternoon and evening, and/or on alternating weekends. Most students find they can maintain a full time job while earning their credential, master’s or doctoral degree. However, if your program requires you to spend time in a classroom (i.e. student teaching) or to complete a fieldwork or traineeship experience, such commitments will interfere with a normal workday. Visit our website to learn more about financial resources for this program. Careers Graduates of the IME Doctoral Program work as transformative professionals in a variety of settings both in the U.S. and internationally, such as: CAREER OPTIONS Faculty members at community colleges and universities Teacher leaders in K-12 schools School superintendents Educational researchers Leaders in community and non-governmental organizations Curriculum specialists GRADUATES OF THE IME DOCTORAL PROGRAM Professor and Chair, Urban Education, Loyola Marymount University Professor and Chair, Elementary Education, San Francisco State University Professor, Bilingual and Multicultural Education, California State University, Sacramento Assistant Professor, Reading, Texas Woman's University Faculty, Santa Rosa Junior College and Solano Community College Lecturer, American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary Director, Bilingual Education, Professional Development and Special Programs, San Jose Unified School District Teacher trainers for international organizations [-]

Ph.D. Or Ed.D. In Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service in Higher Education

Cardinal Stritch University
Campus Part time 6 semesters June 2017 USA Milwaukee

The Doctorate in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service in Higher Education (Ed.D. or Ph.D.) will prepare you to make significant contributions to your organization and will help you become a transformational leader in higher education. [+]

Top Part time Doctoral Programs in Education in North America. The Doctorate in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service in Higher Education (Ed.D. or Ph.D.) will prepare you to make significant contributions to your organization and will help you become a transformational leader in higher education. The program is designed for current and aspiring leaders working in two- and four-year colleges and universities and community and technical colleges who seek to be a catalyst for meaningful change within their organization. The curriculum for the Doctorate in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service in Higher Education focuses on contemporary leadership theories with a strong foundation in research. A broad understanding for the complex nature of higher education is woven throughout the curriculum, but the primary focus of the program is to prepare you to lead your organization through meaningful change and transformation. Rather than simply building your knowledge of higher education theory, you will learn to become a leader who will function effectively within your organization to create positive change. A new cohort starts once per year in June. The program starts with a two-week, all-day Summer Institute, which is held on campus in Milwaukee. Upon completion of the Institute, classes meet at the Cardinal Stritch University City Center in downtown Milwaukee. Classes meet one weekend per month during the fall and spring semesters: Fridays 4-8 pm, Saturdays 8 am - 4 pm, and Sundays 9 am-1 pm. Courses EDHE 781 - Contemporary Issues in Higher Education EDHE 783 - Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education EDHE 784 - Innovative Strategies in Higher Education EDHE 790 - Leadership in Learning and Service Institute for Higher Education I EDHE 791 - The American College and University: Past, Present, and Future EDHE 792 - Leadership in Learning and Service Institute for Higher Education II EDHE 793 - Organizational Theory and Practice in Higher Education EDHE 794 - Leadership in Learning and Service Institute for Higher Education III EDHE 795 - Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Degree Requirements Doctorate in Leadership in Higher Education Admissions Application There is no cost to submit the admissions application online. Applications for this program are reviewed on a rolling basis so allow sufficient time before the start of your program for consideration. Students applying as international students will need to submit additional information regarding language proficiency and student visa status. Degree Requirements All doctoral coursework has been successfully completed. All three yearly assessments of the curriculum strands have been successfully completed. All program requirements (study team hours, mentor goal forms, LLSR, etc.) The dissertation has been accepted and approved. The oral presentation has been successfully completed. All financial obligations incurred with the University have been met. All graduate credits applied to the degree have been earned within seven years at the time of graduation. Degree Options Doctorate in Leadership in Higher Education Individuals may pursue either an Ed.D. (Doctor of Education) or Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) in this program. The Ph.D. curriculum is more research-based, while the Ed.D. curriculum is more practitioner-oriented. The Ph.D. program requires an additional 3 credits in theory and research; 63 credits are required for the Ed.D. program. At the end of the first year of doctoral studies, you decide whether you want to pursue an Ed.D. or Ph.D. [-]

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Walden University
Online Part time September 2017 USA USA Online

Do you aspire to drive transformative educational change in your institution and community? Designed for practitioners and administrators from P–12 to higher education, Walden University’s online Doctor of Education (EdD) program offers flexibility and choices to meet your needs—even if those needs change along the way. [+]

Do you aspire to drive transformative educational change in your institution and community? Designed for practitioners and administrators from P–12 to higher education, Walden University’s online Doctor of Education (EdD) program offers flexibility and choices to meet your needs—even if those needs change along the way. Join the more than 100 state teachers of the year who have chosen Walden University to obtain their education degree. With Walden’s Lifelong Learning Pathway, students in most of our PhD in Education, Doctor of Education (EdD), and Education Specialist (EdS) programs take many of the same initial courses. You can start in one of our post-master’s or doctoral programs in education and move to another degree program, which saves you time and money. In our EdD program, you can also: Select a course load that is right for you. Benefit from practical support, from your first course through your doctoral study or dissertation. Transfer credits from prior coursework to accelerate your time to degree completion. Apply research and theory to address critical issues facing today’s classrooms and communities. Specializations Community College Leadership Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Early Childhood Education (Non-Licensure) Educational Administration and Leadership (Non-Licensure) Educational Technology Higher Education and Adult Learning Higher Education Leadership and Management Reading, Literacy, and Assessment (Non-Licensure) Special Education (Non-Licensure) You can work toward your degree at a speed that’s right for you. Traditional: Take one course at a time. Advance through the program steadily while managing other commitments. Fast Track: Take two courses at once. Focus more time on the program and complete your degree sooner. [-]

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

William Howard Taft University
Online Part time 27 months September 2017 USA USA Online

The online Doctor of Education degree program emphasizes course work in leadership and management in a variety of educational and public service settings. It requires no classroom or seminar attendance. [+]

Top Part time Doctoral Programs in Education in North America. Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Overview The online Doctor of Education degree program emphasizes course work in leadership and management in a variety of educational and public service settings. It requires no classroom or seminar attendance. The Program is of particular interest to individuals with public or private school teaching experience who seek administrative positions or middle level managers who are interested in moving into higher levels of administration. The objectives of the Program are: To offer a program of coursework and practical exercises in educational leadership, management and instruction that will enhance the professional and personal lives of its students. To prepare professional educators to serve the needs of both public and private institutions from the elementary to postsecondary level in their community and beyond. Successful graduates of the Program will be able to: Apply best practices, current concepts, theories, and research about effective teaching, learning, and administration to improve one's professional practice as a teacher or administrator. Employ effective and appropriate leadership techniques that support educational and administrative objectives. Use multiple strategies in efforts to help students of various levels and backgrounds to learn subject matter. Discuss with a level of authority on the funding and budgeting practices and legal principles of the American public school system. Use information and technology to plan instructional and administrative strategies, and improve learning, productivity, and professional practice. Develop, organize and perform sound research studies in institutional settings. Communicate effectively with learners, their families, and other professionals in ways appropriate to purpose and content. Author a properly formatted and presented Dissertation that represents a substantive research topic of original work. Successful students should demonstrate high quality communication and writing skills, become more critical of the status quo, and be well prepared to initiate school and process improvement based on solid reasoning backed by valid research. Graduates of the Program will emerge with a recognized degree and a set of diverse and relevant skills that are applicable in the pursuit of administration, and advanced level positions in education fields. The University acts to fulfill the purposes of the Doctor of Education program through appropriate coursework, coupled with continuing direction, evaluation of student progress, and regular assessment of student learning outcomes, supervised and administered by qualified faculty. The Doctor of Education degree program is designed to service a national market and does not purport to provide licensure or credential certification in any particular state and/or school district. Applicants interested in licensure, credential certification, and/or salary advancement are encouraged to contact the relevant licensing body(ies) and their respective human resources department before enrollment. Coursework in the Program is geared toward those in school settings. Applicants are encouraged to contact the admissions office if they have questions regarding the curriculum and their individual professional backgrounds. Presentation The University's Directed Independent Study modality recognizes that education is an individual process where individuals with different learning needs and study schedules can be accommodated. It emphasizes learning that is meaningful, where individuals enjoy the learning process, and acquire knowledge to better understand and manage their own careers. The Program’s Faculty Members support the student’s independent-study learning role by guiding and stimulating the learning process in one-on-one interaction. Our faculty mentors recognize individual learning styles and emphasize the relevance of the material to the individual's situation. Each course in the Program contains a series of lesson assignments generally consisting of reading requirements and research projects. Students are evaluated through examinations and/or research assignments which are submitted for faculty evaluation. All assignments are submitted electronically. As set forth in the University’s General Catalog, Internet access and minimum computer requirements and skills are required as a condition of admittance. The first three courses in the curriculum are known as qualifying courses. A student must take and pass a Qualifying Examination before a student can earn academic credit for a core course. The Qualifying Examination is a three hour proctored test that covers material covered in the qualifying courses. It consists of a combination of objective and subjective questions. Admission Policies and Requirements To be admitted to the Program, applicants must possess a master's degree in education or a master's degree in another discipline and a teaching or administrative credential. In either case the degrees must be from appropriately accredited institutions and the applicant must have a minimum of two years of teaching or administrative experience in an educational setting from elementary through higher education. Other factors affecting admission include the strength of the applicant's personal statement (the importance of demonstrating graduate level writing skills cannot be over emphasized), references, record of involvement in professional organizations and associations, an aptitude for leadership based in part on employment and educational background. An applicant may be conditionally admitted into the Program based on a completed Application for Admission, receipt of the $75.00 Application Fee, student copies of transcripts reflecting the applicant’s highest relevant degree, documentation of the applicant’s professional work experience, and the receipt of two completed Doctoral Applicant Reference Forms. Official copies of all relevant college level credits received directly from the institution of origin will be required within 60 days of enrollment. The vast majority of the institution’s applicants are mature adults working in a variety of professional settings. Many have not attended college for several years. Consequently, prior class rank and grade point average are not significant factors in the admission process. Should additional information be required the applicant will be contacted. All payments must be payable in U.S. dollars. Payments may be made by MasterCard®,Visa®, American Express® or personal/business check. Foreign Applicants and Applicants with International Credentials It may be necessary for applicants who have attended colleges or universities outside of the United States to obtain an evaluation of their education from a credential evaluation service approved by the University. Upon request, the Admissions Office will provide a list of approved evaluators. In addition, applicants who do not possess a degree from a postsecondary institution where English is the principal language of instruction must receive a minimum score of 550 on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL PBT) or 80 on the Internet Based Test (iBT) or 6.5 on the International English Language Test (IELTS). Transfer Credit The acceptance of transfer credits between academic institutions lies within the discretion of the receiving college or university. Credits earned at William Howard Taft University may or may not be accepted by another institution depending upon its own programs, policies, and regulations. The University does not accept Transfer Credit or credit for experiential learning (Portfolio Credit) in the Doctor of Education programs. Financial Information Tuition is billed at the rate of $420.00 per month during the term of enrollment. The obligation of students to pay tuition shall continue until the earliest of the following events: a. satisfaction of all degree requirements; b. 48 billing months (four years); c. withdrawal from the Program; d. academic dismissal from the Program. The cost of books and materials, other than each course syllabus, is not included in the tuition. The University does not sell books or materials. Most books and materials may be purchased at local colleges, retail bookstores, directly from publishers or over the Internet. The cost is estimated to average approximately $150.00 per course. Students are always provided with a mail or Internet source for acquiring all required materials. How to Enroll If the applicant is accepted for admission to the Program, a formal enrollment agreement will be prepared and sent to the applicant for review and signature. Students may elect to begin the Program on the 1st day of any month. All payments submitted for tuition and fees must be payable in U.S. dollars. Payments may be made by MasterCard® / Visa® / American Express® or personal/business check. Applicants are encouraged to call the Admissions Office if there are any questions regarding enrollment procedures. [-]

EdD - Human & Organization Learning and Executive Leadership Programs

The George Washington University - Graduate School Of Education & Human Development
Campus Part time June 2017 USA Washington

The Doctor of Education in Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) at The George Washington University (GW) is designed to provide professionals with a foundation in relevant theories, concepts, and practices, focusing on the inter-relationships among people, organizations and learning. The Program prepares learners to challenge assumptions through critical reflection, and foster group and self-directed learning. Theory, research, and practice are balanced throughout the curriculum. The HOL Department is a two-time recipient of the Academy of Human Resource Development's "Outstanding Program" Award. It is the first program in this multidisciplinary field in the United States, having been established in 1958. [+]

Ed.D. - Human & Organization Learning and Executive Leadership Programs The Program The Doctor of Education in Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) at The George Washington University (GW) is designed to provide professionals with a foundation in relevant theories, concepts, and practices, focusing on the inter-relationships among people, organizations and learning. The Program prepares learners to challenge assumptions through critical reflection, and foster group and self-directed learning. Theory, research, and practice are balanced throughout the curriculum. The HOL Department is a two-time recipient of the Academy of Human Resource Development's "Outstanding Program" Award. It is the first program in this multidisciplinary field in the United States, having been established in 1958. Our Students Typically, students are working professionals who are in mid- or senior-level positions. They include managers, consultants, and self-employed business owners from leading organizations of varying size and type. They also bring a variety of educational backgrounds, with degrees in fields such as business, education, health and medical sciences, engineering, and technology. Students are encouraged to form learning communities to provide collective support, promote action learning, and model a learning culture. The HOL doctoral program is available in the following two formats: Foggy Bottom Campus Doctoral Program - Part-time or full-time study - Classes meet weekday evenings on GW's main campus Executive Leadership Program (ELP) - Cohort delivery - Classes meet one weekend per month on GW's Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, VA [-]

PhD of Education

University of Windsor
Campus Part time September 2017 Canada Windsor Thunder Bay

Through the three fields of study, Cognition and Learning, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, and Social/Cultural/Political Contexts of Education, the Joint Ph.D. in Educational Studies Program aims to promote scholarly inquiry and the production of new knowledge within the context of a research culture. [+]

Top Part time Doctoral Programs in Education in North America. Through the three fields of study, Cognition and Learning, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, and Social/Cultural/Political Contexts of Education, the Joint Ph.D. in Educational Studies Program aims to promote scholarly inquiry and the production of new knowledge within the context of a research culture. We are committed to methodological advances in educational research and the integration of theory and practice. We nurture our students as developing scholars and leaders in faculties of education, school systems, and other institutional settings, thereby contributing to the growth of research and scholarship in Canada and internationally. We promote professional development through collaboration among scholars, practitioners, educational institutions, and faculties of education, thus fostering links between schools and universities, and promoting partnerships locally, nationally, and internationally. We are committed to excellence in our students and faculty and to producing graduates who are life long learners. The Joint Ph.D. in Educational Studies is offered by Brock University, Lakehead University, and the University of Windsor. The Faculty of Education, University of Windsor, invites students to complete the Joint Ph.D. in Educational Studies degree in one of three Areas of Specialization: Policy and Leadership Social/Cultural/Political Contexts of Education Cognition and Learning Joint Ph.D. Program Highlights Individualized plan of study Multiple approaches to course delivery Site-based, rotation across home universities Distance Education (computer literacy required) Inter-university teams of instructors and supervisory committees Comprehensive portfolio - an innovative personalized approach to comprehensive examinations Flexible residency requirements - four terms (two consecutive) Unique opportunities for collaboration and networking Full time studies or a combination of full time and part time studies Qualifying for Admission Information on typical minimum academic requirements for admission to the Joint PhD in Educational Studies Program are included below: Completion of a undergraduate degree followed by a Master’s degree in education with A standing A graduate degree in another discipline: May be considered if academic suitability can be demonstrated May be required to take additional course work, either prior to entry into the program or concurrent with program course work Research competence is demonstrated by the completion of Master's thesis Equivalent evidence of research capacity is required if a thesis has not been completed English is the primary language of communication and instruction in the program. Applicants from other countries who have not completed a degree at a university where the primary language of instruction is English must demonstrate proficiency in English to be considered for admission. Other restrictions via Home Universities may apply, please see Program Handbook for more information. This can be demonstrated in one of the following ways: A minimum score of 7.0 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), with no individual sub-category score less than 6.5 A minimum score of 100 on the Internet Based Test (iBT) version of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), including a minimum score of 27 in the Written component and a minimum score of 27 in the Reading component. The Admission Process The deadline date for applying to the program is November 15th annually -complete application packages must be submitted on or before that date. The selection process for admission is highly competitive, so it is recommended that an applicant contact a faculty member who might be a potential dissertation supervisor before applying There is an online application procedure, and applications are mailed directly to the Office of the Secretariat Typically in January the Program Committee sends out letters recommending acceptance of successful applicants [-]

PhD in Education

Chapman University
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Orange

The Ph.D. in education program is intended primarily for individuals seeking a career in higher education or in other research-oriented leadership fields. The program focuses on the formulation of new ways to think about issues and solve problems in the field of education. [+]

The Ph.D. in education program is intended primarily for individuals seeking a career in higher education or in other research-oriented leadership fields. The program focuses on the formulation of new ways to think about issues and solve problems in the field of education. The doctorate in education offers a unique combination of four emphases: Cultural and Curricular Studies, Disability Studies, Leadership Studies and School Psychology. Our Ph.D in education is characterized by five distinct, yet interwoven, components: - The notion and practice of social justice - Student collaboration supported by student cohorts - Faculty mentorship of students - A rigorous core of philosophy, foundations and methods of the respective emphasis area Program at a Glance - Cohort model with entry each fall - Cohort of 18 students, 6 in each emphasis area 4 emphasis areas: - Cultural and Curricular Studies - Disabilities Studies - School Psychology - Leadership Studies - A 57 unit program that can be completed full time or part time study - All classes are held in the late afternoons or evenings (no online classes) - Low student-to-faculty ratio, with close collaboration between students and doctoral faculty on publications, presentations, and grant proposals Admissions Requirements Acceptance into the program is based on an evaluation of the whole student, with no single criterion used to base an admission decision. There are no cut-off scores for the GRE or GPA. To be considered for admission, applicants must submit the following: - Online graduate application to the Chapman University Ph.D. in education program. - Supplemental application to the Chapman University Ph.D. in education program (through online application). - Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing evidence of a master's degree from an accredited institution of higher education. - Official Graduate Record Examination results in the verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing sections. - Three letters of recommendation, including two from graduate-level professors who can describe the academic potential of the applicant, and one from someone who can speak to the applicant's professionalism (e.g., a current employer or a current colleague). Letters from relatives will not be considered. - A personal essay (minimum 2250 words) will be used to assess the applicant's writing skills, career commitment, leadership potential, research interests, and professional goals (uploaded through the online application). This essay should indicate the professors with whom the applicant wishes to study and the ways in which the applicant's research interests align with faculty expertise. The essay should be substantive enough for the faculty to determine the depth of the applicant's thinking and commitment to a rigorous program. - A current resume showing relevant education and work experience (uploaded through the online application). Ph.D. Research Forums At least once a year the Ph.D. in Education program brings in leading scholars in the academic field for a research forum open to our CES students and faculty to attend. It is a way for our students to interact with experts in the field as well as gain knowledge in moving forward with their research and possibly dissertation topics. [-]

EdD Educational Leadership

Lehigh Graduate School of Education (College of Education ONLINE)
Online Part time September 2017 USA Bethlehem

This program is designed to develop the leadership abilities of administrators in educational institutions and agencies that support significant educational programs. [+]

Top Part time Doctoral Programs in Education in North America. We specialize in delivering online doctoral and master’s degrees in Education, as well as credit bearing Certificate programs. Degree and certificate programs require that enrolled online students attend 2 face-to- face summer institutes, where during each summer session they can earn up to 9 credits at our Bethlehem, Pennsylvania campus. All other program courses are delivered through an online internet platform during the fall and spring semesters allowing our students to stay in their home countries and study during those semesters. Students who are non-residents would have appropriate visa application documents sent to them for their summer study on our campus. The summer program consists of 3 nine day sessions during the months of June and July, students can complete a 3 credit course in each of the sessions. During this time they can take one, two or three courses. A typical academic year would be as follows: - Fall semester- online course taken at home in a student’s respective home country - Spring semester- online course taken at home in a student’s respective home country - Summer session- taking courses face-to-face on the Lehigh University campus, Bethlehem PA USA. ... [-]

PhD Comparative and International Education

Lehigh Graduate School of Education (College of Education ONLINE)
Online Part time September 2017 USA Bethlehem

The Ph.D. degree program in Comparative and International Education (CIE) prepares students for research, scholarly inquiry, and advanced professional careers in the field of comparative and international education. [+]

We specialize in delivering online doctoral and master’s degrees in Education, as well as credit bearing Certificate programs. Degree and certificate programs require that enrolled online students attend 2 face-to- face summer institutes, where during each summer session they can earn up to 9 credits at our Bethlehem, Pennsylvania campus. All other program courses are delivered through an online internet platform during the fall and spring semesters allowing our students to stay in their home countries and study during those semesters. Students who are non-residents would have appropriate visa application documents sent to them for their summer study on our campus. The summer program consists of 3 nine day sessions during the months of June and July, students can complete a 3 credit course in each of the sessions. During this time they can take one, two or three courses. A typical academic year would be as follows: - Fall semester- online course taken at home in a student’s respective home country - Spring semester- online course taken at home in a student’s respective home country - Summer session- taking courses face-to-face on the Lehigh University campus, Bethlehem PA USA. ... [-]

Ed.D. in Urban Leadership

Kean University
Campus Part time September 2017 USA New York

The Kean Ed.D. program in Urban Leadership is a 90-credit program that prepares dedicated educational leaders who understand and appreciate the challenges of urban areas and who are able to make a positive difference in the state’s urban schools, educational agencies and communities. [+]

The Kean University Doctor of Education in Urban Leadership program is the first of its kind in New Jersey and one of only a handful of similar programs nationwide. The Kean Ed.D. program in Urban Leadership is a 90-credit program that prepares dedicated educational leaders who understand and appreciate the challenges of urban areas and who are able to make a positive difference in the state’s urban schools, educational agencies and communities.  The curriculum, based on an innovative, interdisciplinary, professional-oriented model, integrates coursework and practica culminating in a full-year internship in a school district or community education agency.

The Kean Ed.D. in Urban Leadership program is designed to create an advanced and diverse environment which supports personal and professional learning regarding school, family and community. Students are provided with the knowledge and advanced skills they need to work effectively to improve educational practice and improve the academic achievement of urban students.  The program provides solid intermediate and advanced training and the opportunity to put theory into practice through activities included in all course work and the full-year internship.... [-]