Educators who wish to gain specialized knowledge often enter Doctor of Education programs. Graduates may work in traditional teaching settings or choose positions in less traditional fields such as education policy or curriculum development.
Doctor of Education in Teaching
The Doctor of Education (EdD) programme, one of NIE’s latest university-approved programmes, is designed for professionals in education and education-related fields, who would like to ... [+]
Doctor of Education (EdD)
The Doctor in Education (EdD) programme, one of NIE’s latest university-approved programmes, is designed for professionals in education and education-related fields, who would like to extend their expertise and training and develop skills in research, evaluation, and reflection on practice. It is of value to academic staff in universities and colleges, school teachers and professionals working in international organizations. It is also suitable for senior administrators in schools, universities and educational and government bodies. It has the rigor and expectations of a Ph.D., but with a professional focus. One of the major aims of the EdD is to develop professional leaders who are able to identify and solve complex "field-based" problems. Professional doctorates stress the application of research, development of professional knowledge and creation of knowledge within the profession.... [-]