The Doctor of Education is a research degree aimed primarily at mid-career and senior professionals in education, training and development.
|Name||Doctor of Education|
|Mode of Study||EdD (Part-time) 5-6 yrs|
|Joint Programme Directors||Dr Pauline Sangster and Dr Jim Crowther|
The programme starts with a taught component providing research training in a broad range of design and method.
It is recognised as a professional doctorate by the UK Economic and Social Research Council. As such:
The Doctorate is aimed primarily at mid-career and senior professionals in education, training and development. This programme is available part-time. It has a professional focus and is comparable with the PhD in terms of scale and rigour.
"Initially, I wondered if I would have the time to fit the EdD into an already busy and demanding work schedule – what I have found is that it both informs and enhances my work."
This article was published on May 24, 2012