Ph.D. in Education - Educational Technology (Course-Based)
Offered By: Walden University
The influence of technology in today's society is creating new opportunities for learning and collaboration across the globe. A specialization in educational technology at Walden University will help you become a leader in the field who is able to develop solutions to real-world challenges that are grounded in strong research and theory. You will be able to incorporate your knowledge of technology in a variety of professional settings, including teaching in schools, corporations and universities.
At Walden, you will become highly skilled in online course development and delivery, the diffusion and adoption of technology in education and the workplace and leading initiatives for improved learning through the use of technology. Using technology as a tool for problem solving, you will be exposed to emerging technologies and prepared to address the constant changes taking place in the global community.
Regardless of your chosen field, a Ph.D. in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology will prepare you as a leader in an ever-advancing technological age. Graduates occupy positions as technology leaders at P-12 school and district levels; in teacher education and technological areas of colleges, universities and private enterprises; in numerous technological fields including educational consultation, software development, instructional systems designers and web design; and serve in corporate, governmental, military and university teaching and research positions.
The Ph.D. in Education online degree program produces leaders who can address the nation's most pressing educational challenges. Each online degree specialization is designed to meet both your professional interests and the needs of your school district, college or university. This graduate degree is ideal if you are already a teacher and your career goals include becoming a superintendent, faculty member at a university or community college, teacher or administrator.