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More and more students are choosing online PhD in Education programs. Online learning allows for more students to advance their education but require flexible scheduling to juggle work, school, and family. Through using online courses, chat rooms, video conferencing, and email, students in online PhD in Education programs are able to receive a high quality education and earn their doctorate degree.

Students earning an online PhD in Education can expect rigorous coursework as well as original research that leads to a dissertation which provides significant contribution to the field of study. Online PhD in Education programs usually allow specialization areas, such as early childhood education, special education, adult education, educational technology, or educational leadership. Graduates of these programs have opportunities for careers in academia as well as administrative leadership positions in education, 

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Doctor of Education – Higher Education (EdD)

University of Liverpool Online Programmes
Online Part time 4 - 5 years Open Enrollment United Kingdom Liverpool

Acquire the knowledge, skills, confidence and academic credentials to play a leading role in Higher Education around the globe. Our 100% online Doctor of Education - Higher Education (EdD) adopts an integrated holistic approach to learning and [+]

Best Online Doctors of Philosophy in Education 2017. Acquire the knowledge, skills, confidence and academic credentials to play a leading role in Higher Education around the globe. Our 100% online Doctor of Education - Higher Education (EdD) adopts an integrated holistic approach to learning and focuses on the latest practice, research, and leadership thinking within Higher Education environments. The programme places great emphasis on the development of a deep understanding of universities, operating in a global context, as places of learning and as learning institutions. The focus is on the use of professional knowledge, academic and policy literature, and published and personal research to promote the leader at the heart of institutional development. Equivalent in status to a PhD, the EdD is a professional doctorate focusing on Higher Education as a global enterprise. The curriculum of the EdD is constructed from an international perspective – using research, case studies, policy and academic literature from international sources – to complete the international experience. Modules include Leadership, Policy and Institutional Change, Action Research for Educational Leadership and Internationalisation and the Impact of Global Trends. Alongside the core modules, students each write a Doctoral Development Plan (DDP) reflecting on their development as doctoral practitioners and researchers. The admission requirements include a masters degree from a recognised institution, and a minimum of two years of relevant work experience, including at least some responsibility for coordinating or managing the activity of colleagues. Students must have ongoing scope to interact with other Higher Education professionals, and to conduct investigative exercises in an educational setting in order to complete assessment tasks on the programme. [-]

PhD in Education

Walden University
Online Full time September 2017 USA USA Online

Walden’s PhD in Education program offers educators and administrators the opportunity to grow as scholars and innovators in higher education. Benefit from access to distinguished faculty members and student support services. Conduct original research in your area of interest, deepen your research skills, and prepare to contribute as an education leader, administrator, faculty member, or policymaker. [+]

Walden’s PhD in Education program offers educators and administrators the opportunity to grow as scholars and innovators in higher education. Benefit from access to distinguished faculty members and student support services. Conduct original research in your area of interest, deepen your research skills, and prepare to contribute as an education leader, administrator, faculty member, or policymaker. Join the more than 100 state teachers of the year who have chosen Walden University to obtain their education degree. Specializations Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Evaluation Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy Early Childhood Special Education (Non-Licensure) Educational Policy, Leadership, and Management Educational Technology and Design Higher Education Leadership, Management, and Policy Learning, Instruction, and Innovation Organizational Research, Assessment, and Evaluation Reading, Literacy, Assessment, and Evaluation (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. After the first course, you can take one course at a time, or earn your degree faster by taking two courses at once. You also can alternate between the options throughout the program to fit your changing needs. Walden offers both state-approved educator licensure programs as well as programs and courses that do not lead to licensure or endorsements. Prospective students must review their state licensure requirements prior to enrolling. For more information, please refer to www.WaldenU.edu/educlicensure. Prospective Alabama students: Contact the Teacher Education and Certification Division of the Alabama State Department of Education at 1-334-242-9935 or www.alsde.edu to verify that these programs qualify for teacher certification, endorsement, and/or salary benefits. Prospective Washington state students are advised to contact the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction at 1-360-725-6275 or prof.educ@k12.wa.us to determine whether Walden’s programs in the field of education are approved for teacher certification or endorsements in Washington state. Additionally, teachers are advised to contact their individual school district as to whether this program may qualify for salary advancement. Walden enrollment advisors can provide guidance on licensure issues; however, it remains the individual’s responsibility to understand and comply with all state licensure requirements. Walden makes no representation or guarantee that completion of Walden coursework or programs will permit an individual to obtain state licensure or endorsement. [-]

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Walden University
Online Full time 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. [+]

Best Online Doctors of Philosophy in Education 2017. 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

Oral Roberts University
Campus or Online September 2017 USA Tulsa

Professionalism. Morality. Ethics. Compassion. Leadership. A great teacher or administrator does not just teach or manage, but helps students and faculty become better individuals. [+]

Professionalism. Morality. Ethics. Compassion. Leadership. A great teacher or administrator does not just teach or manage, but helps students and faculty become better individuals. The Graduate School of Education at ORU is committed to providing the opportunity for individuals responding to the call of God to become "transformed professional Christian educators." Educational training from a Christian worldview is the best way to achieve this important goal, and that is what you will receive in the ORU Graduate School of Education - the knowledge, skills, and inspiration base to help influence and transform lives. This program, designed around the theme "Transformed Educators", prepares professional Christian educators to go into every person's world with a passion for Christ while instilling strengths of ethical behavior, knowledge, and competence in their students who will, in turn, change society. An ORU Graduate School of Education degree provides the opportunity for individuals who hold Christian principles to gain advanced preparation for professional responsibilities in education throughout the world. All of our programs are designed for the adult distance learner. The primary delivery system for the course offerings has become an intensive, but enjoyable 4-day module class format. These modules have extensive pre and post assignments, simulations and dynamic in-class discussions. A unique strength of the program is that the students contribute national and international perspectives. Core Courses All doctoral students are required to take the following core courses: Organizational Theory in Administration, History & Philosophy of Education, Leadership Studies, Strategies for Educational Change, and Contemporary Curriculum Issues. These core courses are designed to assist the student in completing the doctoral comprehensive examination. Areas of Concentration - College & Higher Education Administration - Public School Administration - Christian School Administration Outcomes Those seeking a Doctor of Education Degree can find a range of career options. Some areas are: - University president - University dean - University department chair - University professors - Superintendents - Principal - Administrators [-]

EdD/PhD, Leadership, Community Colleges

Concordia University Chicago Online
Online Open Enrollment USA Chicago

According to the American Association of Community Colleges (2010), community colleges, like many other American institutions, are experiencing a leadership gap as many current leaders retire. Moreover, the leadership skills now required have widened because of greater student diversity, advances in technology, accountability demands and globalization. [+]

Best Online Doctors of Philosophy in Education 2017. According to the American Association of Community Colleges (2010), community colleges, like many other American institutions, are experiencing a leadership gap as many current leaders retire. Moreover, the leadership skills now required have widened because of greater student diversity, advances in technology, accountability demands and globalization. This specialization in community college leadership is intended to prepare leaders for service in one of the 1300+ institutions nation-wide serving more than 13 million students. (2012 Fact Sheet, AACC). It is designed for students who are serving in and preparing for emerging leadership roles within the community college setting. Coursework empowers candidates to advance community colleges toward continued community service and educational excellence. Offered as a specialization within the EdD and PhD program in leadership, this specialization focuses on the administration/leadership of community and two-year/junior colleges, as well as other post-secondary institutions. It explores and examines the policies, procedures, practices, and institutional issues, and the cultures and systems in which the leaders operate. Across the curriculum, students will draw upon and build on knowledge and experiences related to their professional work. Additionally, students will be required to hone strong research skills and have a familiarity with evidence-based decision-making. Grounded in topics related to higher education and community college systems in the United States, this specialization provides opportunities to explore the impact of globalization and technology on the community college system, faculty, staff and students. Core Competencies The core leadership competencies endorsed by the American Association of Community Colleges—organizational strategy, resource management, communication, collaboration, community college advocacy, and professionalism—serve as the framework for this degree specialization. This specialization is designed to enable students to: Understand the complexities of higher education and the organizational and business principles and practices. Understand the complexities of the community college system and two-year institutions. Apply and analyze learning solutions that support and drive the community college and two-year education enterprise, student retention and student success. Strategically support the various stakeholders with informed and judicious decisions. Identify and integrate leadership orientations that align with institutional mission and vision statement. Exercise professional ethical behavior that supports the institutional mission and allocation of resources to support and achieve institutional objectives. Learning Objectives In addition to the overall objectives of the Leadership department and its programs, students will acquire the knowledge, skills, and leadership competencies embedded in the program’s specialization in community college leadership. Students who successfully complete this specialization and program will: Be cognizant of current and emerging trends in higher education, community colleges, and apply one’s knowledge of best practices in support of student retention, academic success, and institutional effectiveness. Appreciate the diverse leadership perspectives in higher education/community college leadership in areas of systems, organizational change, outcomes assessment, and research models for engaging and promoting effective institutions. Integrate current theory and best institutional practices into one’s personal and professional performance to promote institutional health and sustainability. The doctoral leadership degree specialization in community college leadership prepares graduates for leadership positions in post secondary, community college, junior/two-year colleges, and university systems, as well as state policy and administrative positions. In many instances, graduates will be represented in higher education faculty ranks; mid and senior level administrative positions, and student support services. In addition, this specialization prepares graduates for consulting, training, and development positions as well as state policy development roles. Career The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the number of professional positions in higher education will continue to experience strong growth, especially as the retirement of current administrators will continue. Two-thirds of the current presidents and other key administrators will be retiring in the next seven to eight years; 62,000 new full-time faculty members will also be needed with this time period. The specialization in community college leadership helps to prepare students to serve in instructional, administrative, and supportive roles in community college, 2-year colleges and potentially university settings. Senior leadership career opportunities within the community college setting that rely on advanced degrees include: dean, department chair, faculty leader, director, president, provost, and vice president. The following is a sampling of potential careers within the community college and two-year setting: Admissions officer Academic advisement Academic affairs Academic programming Distance learning Diversity management Enrollment management/student recruitment Finance office Financial aid services Human resources services Instruction Institutional advancement Marketing Registrar office Residential life Retention services Student services Workforce development officer [-]

EdD/PhD, Leadership, Higher Education

Concordia University Chicago Online
Campus or Online Open Enrollment USA Chicago

The Concordia University Chicago Department of Leadership is at the forefront in providing educators with quality, relevant and current graduate education, which enhances the leadership of public and nonpublic teachers and administrators as they positively impact schools. [+]

The Concordia University Chicago Department of Leadership is at the forefront in providing educators with quality, relevant and current graduate education, which enhances the leadership of public and nonpublic teachers and administrators as they positively impact schools. We advocate for our doctoral degree candidates and all students in the public and nonpublic schools. We are reflective professionals who provide quality, relevant, and current education for our graduate candidates in leadership. We prepare our candidates to be teacher and administrator leaders guiding public and nonpublic schools in the service of students so that they may become effective citizens in a global society. About the Degree This doctoral program prepares candidates for public or non-public district-wide administrative responsibilities. The program is designed to help the doctoral candidate: Promote the success of all students through developing and implementing a shared vision of learning which supports the learning process. Develop advanced skills in management of the organization, operations and resources for a safe, efficient and effective learning environments in schools and the district. Collaborate with staff, boards of education, students, families and community members in response to diverse educational and community interests and needs as well as mobilize community resources. Demonstrate integrity, fairness and ethical behavior to support and advance the development of a moral educational community. Understand and respond to the larger political, social, economic, legal and cultural contexts. Program Competencies and Outcomes Demonstrate Instructional Leadership Competency: Analyze instructional programs and student performance data to support success for all students. Outcomes: Candidates demonstrate an understanding of a variety of instructional research methodologies and can analyze the comparable strengths and weaknesses of each method. Candidates are able to use qualitative and quantitative data, appropriate research methods, technology and information systems to develop a long-range plan for a district that assesses the district’s improvement and accountability systems. Candidates demonstrate the ability to use and promote technology and information systems to enrich district curriculum and instruction, monitor instructional practices and provide assistance to administrators who have needs for improvement. Candidates demonstrate the ability to allocate and justify resources to sustain the instructional program. Candidates demonstrate the ability to facilitate and engage in activities that use best practices and sound educational research to improve instructional programs. Candidates demonstrate an ability to assist school and district personnel in understanding and applying best practices for student learning. Candidates understand and can apply concern for diversity, human development theory, and proven learning and motivational theories to the learning process. Candidates understand how to use appropriate research strategies to profile student performance in a district and analyze differences among subgroups. Demonstrate Ethical Supervision Leadership Competency: Evaluate school climate, culture and professional staff to assure provision of support for success of all students. Outcomes: Candidates demonstrate knowledge of adult learning strategies and the ability to apply technology and research to professional development design focusing on authentic problems and tasks, mentoring, coaching, conferencing and other techniques that promote new knowledge and skills in the workplace. Candidates demonstrate the ability to use strategies such as observations and collaborative reflection to help form comprehensive professional growth plans with district and school personnel. Candidates develop individual professional growth plans that reflect commitment to life-long learning and best practices. Demonstrate Effective, Practical and Ethical Management Leadership Skills Competency: Plan for the effective use of fiscal, human and material resources to promote the success of all students within a safe, effective and efficient learning environment. Outcomes: Candidates demonstrate the ability to use research-based knowledge of learning, teaching, student development, organizational development and data management to optimize learning for all students. Candidates demonstrate effective organization of fiscal, human and material resources, giving priority to student learning and safety while demonstrating an understanding of district budgeting processes and fiduciary responsibilities. Candidates demonstrate the ability to organize a district based on indicators of equity, effectiveness and efficiency and can apply legal principles that promote equity. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of how to apply legal principles to promote and provide safe, effective and efficient facilities. Demonstrate the Ability to Communicate Effectively with Parents and Other Community Members Competency: Engage the outside community in support of ensuring the success of all students. Outcomes: Candidates demonstrate the ability to facilitate the planning and implementation of programs and services that bring together the resources of families and the community to positively affect student learning. Candidates demonstrate an ability to use public information and research-based knowledge of issues and trends to collaborate with community members and community organizations to have a positive effect on student learning. Candidates apply an understanding of community-relations models, marketing strategies and processes, data-driven decision-making, and communication theory to craft frameworks for school, business, community, government and higher education partnerships. Candidates demonstrate an ability to develop and implement a plan for nurturing relationships with community leaders and reaching out to different business, religious, political and service organizations to strengthen programs and support district goals. Candidates demonstrate the ability to involve community members, groups and other stakeholders in district decision-making, reflecting an understanding of strategies to capitalize on the district’s integral role in the larger community. Candidates demonstrate the ability to collaborate with community agencies to integrate health, social and other services in the schools to address student and family conditions that affect learning. Candidates demonstrate the ability to conduct community relations that model effective media relations practices. Candidates develop and implement strategies that support the involvement of families in the education of their children, reinforcing among district staff the confidence that families have the best interests of their children in mind. Understand Diverse Populations Competency: Demonstrate awareness and sensitivity to the needs of all students to assure educational success within the schools and the district. Outcomes: Candidates employ current knowledge of rules and regulations governing education for sub populations (i.e., special education, talented and gifted, ELL, ethnic subgroups). Candidates demonstrate respect for the rights of others with regard to confidentiality, dignity and honesty. Candidates assess data and determine needs for serving sub-populations to assure school success and appropriate achievement. Candidates support programs and services that celebrate and support the diverse nature of the schools and the district. Understand the Larger Context Competency: Collaborate with relevant entities beyond the school to support the success of all students. Outcomes: Candidates demonstrate the ability to use appropriate research methods, theories and concepts to improve district operations. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the complex causes of poverty and other disadvantages and their effects on families, communities, children and learning. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the policies, laws and regulations enacted by local, state and federal authorities affecting a specific district. Candidates can explain the system for financing public schools and its effects on the equitable distribution of educational opportunities within a district. Candidates demonstrate the ability to work with political leaders at the local, state and national level. Candidates can apply an understanding of how specific laws at the local, state and federal level affect school districts and residents. Candidates advocate positions in response to proposed policy changes that would benefit or harm districts and explain how proposed policies and laws might improve educational and social opportunities for specific communities. [-]

Doctorate in Education EdD

University of Stirling
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 3 - 8 years January 2017 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

A Professional Doctorate in Education is rewarding and challenging, and can even be a life-changing experience. At Stirling, you will join a multi-professional group of students and academics focussing on research that has a beneficial impact on professional practice and policy. [+]

Best Online Doctors of Philosophy in Education 2017. Whatever your professional interest in education—from schools, colleges and universities to professional, work-based and lifelong learning, or policy development—a Professional Doctorate (EdD) may be the right choice for you. A Professional Doctorate in Education is rewarding and challenging, and can even be a life-changing experience. At Stirling, you will join a multi-professional group of students and academics focussing on research that has a beneficial impact on professional practice and policy. Top Reasons To Study With Us You will be contributing to the overall research capacity in Education, thereby making a difference to practice and/or policy. You will gain a Professional Doctorate from the Faculty of Social sciences which one of the best in the UK and was the first in Scotland to offer an EdD. You will be supported in developing the knowledge, skills and understanding of research by expert researchers in Education and the Social Sciences. You will be introduced to leading edge empirical and theoretical research in a multi-disciplinary and multi-professional environment. You will have the benefits of a flexible programme that supports you through different stages of the research process. Course objectives The Doctor in Education (EdD) at the Faculty of Social Sciences is an ideal professional development opportunity for senior professionals seeking to enhance and utilise their research expertise. Professionals taking our EdD come from a wide variety of fields and countries but all share a concern with education and professional learning in organisational settings such as schools and further / higher education, in social or health-related organisations, or in private and government bodies. The EdD will enable you to develop research on your own chosen topics in ways that are deeply connected to important professional interests, practices, policies and impacts. Like the PhD, the EdD meets the requirements for the production of a significant, original and rigorous contribution to the field. Distinctively, the EdD programme commences with taught modules before the supervised research phases commence. The taught modules look at theories and paradigms of research and orientations to methodology and inquiry. The EdD leads into the production of a 45,000 word thesis under expert supervision by Education staff from the Faculty of Social Sciences. What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements To be considered for admission to the degree, a candidate will normally have a good honours degree in Education or cognate subject from a Higher Education institution in the United Kingdom, or a degree of equivalent standard from an institution outside the United Kingdom. Exceptionally, a candidate with learning gained through extensive relevant professional experience may be considered for admission. Candidates are expected to have good numeracy skills and a willingness to engage in depth and breadth with statistical analysis. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.5 with 6.0 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade B Pearson Test of English (Academic): 60 with 56 in each component IBT TOEFL: 90 with no subtest less than 20 If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. Delivery and assessment The Doctorate in Education (EdD) is an innovative inter-disciplinary programme, offered on a flexible full and part-time basis by the Faculty of Social Sciences. Modules are taught on a face-to-face and blended basis. Summative assessment for modules will be based on coursework and will be assessed through assignments approximately 3000 words in. length. The programme comprises seven core taught modules, followed by the conduct of an empirical study focussed on an aspect of professional practice and the production of a doctoral thesis of 45,000 words. Career opportunities Previous students of the EdD have included: school teachers and Further Education staff, senior leaders in Education and Further Education, TESOL professionals, and professional educators in areas such as medicine, pharmacy, nursing, accountancy, surveying and life sciences. These students have drawn extensively on their newly developed research capacity and original studies to impact on their personal, organizational, and wider professional spheres of practice and policy. [-]

Doctor of Philosophy by Practice - Route A part-time

University of Bolton
Campus or Online Part time 1 - 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

This programme is designed for those whose work involves them in innovative and advanced professional or creative practice and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route A is for people who already have substantial evidence of that practice. Route A enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic and professional supervisors, to select the most appropriate evidence for... [+]

Doctor of Philosophy by Practice - Route A part-time This programme is designed for those whose work involves them in innovative and advanced professional or creative practice and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route A is for people who already have substantial evidence of that practice. Route A enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic and professional supervisors, to select the most appropriate evidence for inclusion in their submission and to prepare a 10–15,000-word critical commentary which contextualises, analyses and makes the case for the publications to be considered as an original and independent contribution to knowledge and, therefore, to justify the award of a PhD. (Route B is available on a full or part-time basis and is for people who have yet to develop their practice to an appropriate level.) [-]

Ed.D.

Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER)
Online Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

FUNIBER combines experience and resources to the International Iberoamerican University and the Technological University of Panama to provide solid training company [+]

FUNIBER combines experience and resources to the International Iberoamerican University and the Technological University of Panama to provide solid scientific and professional society for achieving the highest academic degree training: Doctor, in a line of research. PhD Projects - Environment - Management - ICT - Communication - Organization - Health and Nutrition - Quality - Energy - Architecture - Security - Tourism - Engineering - Industrial Technology PhD in Education - Teaching Teaching and Teaching applied psychology of language and applied linguistics Teaching Teaching Music Education Physical Education and Health Education - Environmental Education - Education and Culture - Economics of Education - Learning Factors in Education - Guidance and mentoring in education - educational technology, educational innovation with ICT - Organisation and management of schools - Design and curricular counseling schools - Attention to diversity, special education and inclusive education - Teacher Training - Evaluation of schools and teachers for the quality of teaching and learning. - Methodology of educational research. - Communication. These doctoral programs provide vocational oriented research and has an excellent academic curriculum and a flexible design and measure allowing doctoral students and PhD students get adequate preparation to their interests and advancement of knowledge overall profile. The objective of this program is to train doctors who contribute to human, scientific and technological development of society. The essential features of the program are: - Hold a degree of master / master's. - To take a program of study tailored according to the training, interest and student thesis topic. - Overcome 4 phases of study: Tutoring, Teaching, Research and Thesis Making. - Study in distance mode.... [-]


Doctorate

Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER)
Online Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

FUNIBER combines experience and resources to the International Iberoamerican University and the Technological University of Panama to provide solid training company [+]

FUNIBER combines experience and resources to the International Iberoamerican University and the Technological University of Panama to provide solid scientific and professional society for achieving the highest academic degree training: Doctor, in a line of research. PhD Projects - Environment - Management - ICT - Communication - Organization - Health and Nutrition - Quality - Energy - Architecture - Security - Tourism - Engineering - Industrial Technology PhD in Education - Teaching Teaching and Teaching applied psychology of language and applied linguistics Teaching Teaching Music Education Physical Education and Health Education - Environmental Education - Education and Culture - Economics of Education - Learning Factors in Education - Guidance and mentoring in education - educational technology, educational innovation with ICT - Organisation and management of schools - Design and curricular counseling schools - Attention to diversity, special education and inclusive education - Teacher Training - Evaluation of schools and teachers for the quality of teaching and learning. - Methodology of educational research. - Communication. These doctoral programs provide vocational oriented research and has an excellent academic curriculum and a flexible design and measure allowing doctoral students and PhD students get adequate preparation to their interests and advancement of knowledge overall profile. The objective of this program is to train doctors who contribute to human, scientific and technological development of society. The essential features of the program are: - Hold a degree of master / master's. - To take a program of study tailored according to the training, interest and student thesis topic. - Overcome 4 phases of study: Tutoring, Teaching, Research and Thesis Making. - Study in distance mode.... [-]


Doctor of Education

University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Online Part time Australia

Apply Now! We are now accepting applications. This program is a professional and research doctorate directed at helping you to acquire and practice research knowledge and skills as you.. [+]

Apply Now! We are now accepting applications.

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Units to complete: 24

Duration: up to 6 years part-time

Start date: March, July, November

Entry requirements• English IELTS 6.5 or equivalent

• Completed a Master of Education (8 Units) or equivalent with a ‘credit’ average or an honours (I or IIa) degree or equivalent qualification relevant to the proposed area of study

• Have a documented record of (normally) 3 years full-time equivalent of professional or teaching experience in a field relevant to the proposed area of study, and be currently or recently employed in professional practice

Note: applications are accepted throughout the year, with commencement in the next semester following approval of application. Admission is highly competitive owing to limited enrolment capacities. At the application stage, the Faculty will determine the ability to supervise the project. Therefore, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.... [-]


Educational Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

The Doctor of Education program through Liberty University Online will provide you with the advanced training you need to seek a promotion in the field of higher education. [+]

The Doctor of Education program through Liberty University Online will provide you with the advanced training you need to seek a promotion in the field of higher education. This program is approved through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and develops competent and effective leaders with a Christian worldview who will model high academic standards and assume a leadership role in the field of education. Specialized courses develop the skills necessary to assume a facilitating role in accomplishing the goals and objectives of an education system, whether as teacher, superintendent, principal, college instructor or other academic position requiring strong leadership and decision-making abilities. Potential Career Options: School Administrator or Superintendent Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

Receive advanced higher education training with Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Liberty University Online. You will focus on classes specializing in curriculum and instruction skills and best practices in the classroom. [+]

Best Online Doctors of Philosophy in Education 2017. Receive advanced higher education training with Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Liberty University Online. You will focus on classes specializing in curriculum and instruction skills and best practices in the classroom. A minimum of nine credit hours must be taken residentially on Liberty’s campus. This program is approved through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Potential Career Options: Curriculum Specialist, Instructional Supervisor, School Administrator, Teacher, College Administrator, College Professor Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

PhD. In Conselor Education and Supervision

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

The Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies at Liberty University considers it an honor and privilege to prepare students to contribute as leaders in the field of counseling as ethical and effective advanced clinical practitioners, supervisors, scholars, researchers and advocates. [+]

The Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies at Liberty University considers it an honor and privilege to prepare students to contribute as leaders in the field of counseling as ethical and effective advanced clinical practitioners, supervisors, scholars, researchers and advocates. The Department is devoted to rooting and grounding the leadership training it provides in a biblical worldview, promoting consilience in its emphasis on integrating diverse areas of knowledge, skills, and practice in the development of professionals who devote themselves to excellence in their domain of calling. The Ph.D. requires completion of a minimum of 66 hours of post-master, Ph.D. level coursework including core courses and electives, Qualifying Examination, Practicum, Internship, and Dissertation research. Courses in the Ph.D. Program are delivered in an online format each consisting of online participation and a week of on-campus instruction. Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

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. [+]

Best Online Doctors of Philosophy in Education 2017. 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. ... [-]