Doctorate in Education - Educational Leadership

General

Program Description

The Doctoral Program in Education with a specialization in Educational Leadership aims to prepare a professional with the theoretical and practical knowledge that will allow you to apply organizational processes and leadership theories that promote the development of strategies, mental habits and values for creative leadership and highly effective in the educational company.

Curriculum

Social Context Courses (9 credits)

  • EDUC 714 Historical and Philosophical Perspectives of Education
  • EDUC 715 Social, Cultural and Political Dimensions of Educational Organizations
  • EDUC 716 Contemporary Problems and Trends in Education
  • EDUC 717 Legal Aspects in Education
  • EDUC 718 Ethics and Education
Specialty Courses (27 credits)

Organizational Processes Component Courses (9 credits)

  • EDUC 801 Project Management in Education
  • EDUC 802 Financial Matters in Educational Scenarios
  • EDUC 803 Evaluation of Instructional Programs: Theory and Application

Leadership Component Courses (12 credits)

  • EDUC 804 Leadership: Models and Strategies
  • EDUC 805 Instructional Leadership
  • EDUC 806 Leadership and Organizational Change
  • EDUC 807 Leadership, Community Relations and Collaborative Alliances

Elective Courses

  • EDUC _____
  • EDUC _____

Research Courses

  • EDUC 901 Research Methods
  • EDUC 902 Statistics
  • EDUC 903 Qualitative Research or EDUC 904 Quantitative Research
  • EDUC 905 Dissertation I
  • EDUC 906 Dissertation II

Elective Courses

  • EDUC 720: Contemporary Theories of Childhood Development
  • EDUC 721: Teaching at the Preschool / Primary School in the 21st Century: Trends and Innovations
  • EDUC 722: Qualitative Research in Childhood Education
  • EDUC 808: Applications and Use of Technology in Education
  • EDUC 810: Media Technology in Education
  • EDUC 811: Theory and Practice of Distance Education
  • EDUC 816: Creation of Learning Environments for Diverse Populations
  • EDUC 817: Behavior Management in the Classroom
  • EDUC 818: Early Identification of High Risk Students
  • EDUC 819: Language Development Issues in Public and Private Schools of Puerto Rico
  • EDUC 820: Problems in Teaching Reading in English Learning Environments Second Language and Bilingualism
  • EDUC 821: Problems in Teaching Writing in English as a Second Language
  • EDUC 824: Seminar: Special Topics in Library and Information Services
  • EDUC 825: Anthropological and Cultural Concepts in the Puerto Rico Curriculum
  • EDUC 826: Educational Research on the Teaching of Popular Arts and Fine Arts
  • EDUC 827: Cultural Artistic Expressions in Latin American and Caribbean Education
  • EDUC 723: Organization and Government in Higher Education
  • EDUC 724: Student Services in Higher Education Institutions
  • EDUC 800: Leadership and Higher Educational Administration
  • EDUC 828: Seminar and Practicum in University Curriculum and Teaching

128473_photo-1524178232363-1fb2b075b655.jpgNeONBRAND / Unsplash

Sequential

First Year - First Semester

Foreground

  • EDUC 716 Contemporary Problems and Trends in Education

Second term

  • EDUC 714 Historical and Philosophical Perspectives of Education
  • EDUC 804 Leadership: Models and Strategies
First Year - Second Semester

Foreground

  • Social Context Course
  • EDUC 805 Instructional Leadership

Second term

  • EDUC 801 Project Management in Education
  • EDUC 802 Financial Matters in Educational Scenarios
Second Year - First Semester

Foreground

  • EDUC 803 Evaluation of Instructional Programs: Theory and Application
  • EDUC 901 Research Methods

Second term

  • EDUC 806 Leadership and Organizational Change
  • Elective Course
Second Year - Second Semester

Foreground

  • EDUC 807 Leadership, Community Relations and Collaborative Alliances
  • Elective Course

Second term

  • EDUC 902 Statistics 3
  • EDUC 903 Qualitative Research or EDUC 904 Quantitative Research
Third Year - First Semester
  • EDUC 905 Dissertation I
Third Year - Second Semester
  • EDUC 906 Dissertation II
Last updated Jan 2020

About the School

Con una trayectoria de más de 40 años, la Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Gurabo (antes Universidad del Turabo) es la institución privada de educación superior de más rápido crecimiento en el pa ... Read More

Con una trayectoria de más de 40 años, la Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Gurabo (antes Universidad del Turabo) es la institución privada de educación superior de más rápido crecimiento en el país. Acreditada por la prestigiosa agencia Middle States Commission on Higher Education, la Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Gurabo tiene además, diversas acreditaciones profesionales las cuales le añaden un sello de calidad a la educación de sus estudiantes. Read less