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.
A Doctor of Education is a doctorate specific to educational studies. Known by the initials EdD or DEd, it typically takes between three and six years of study to complete.
Our Doctorate in Education is an ideal development opportunity if you’re a senior education professional seeking to enhance and utilise your research expertise. Whatever
Our Doctorate in Education is an ideal development opportunity if you’re a senior education professional seeking to enhance and utilise your research expertise. Whatever your area of education – from schools, colleges and universities to professional, work-based and lifelong learning, or policy development – earning a Professional Doctorate will position you as a leader in your field.
Our Doctorate in Education is tailored to the needs of busy professionals and combines an excellent grounding in research methods and educational theory with the opportunity to put your research to work in improving professional policy and practice.
You’ll work towards your EdD either full or part-time under the guidance of expert teachers who have helped to secure the University’s reputation as one of the top 10 in the UK for Education studies (The Complete University Guide 2019)....