PhDs in Education & Training

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Just Google “Inspirational teacher movie” and you will be flooded with links to uplifting speeches and slow-motion montages and Robin Williams encouraging you to step on your desk. You too can inspire a classroom full of misfit, rebellious kids, once you undertake a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree in Education & Training!

Being a multidisciplinary field, Education & Training programmes cover aspects of Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, Economics - all forming the fundamentals on which your teaching strategy will be built and implemented.

Teaching is both a vital and extremely challenging career move, and because there is such a broad range of fields that require, well, education and training, the range of careers you can find is quite wide. These could be:

• Athletics Coaching
• Corporate Training
• Emergency Medical Services (EMS) – yes, that training bit of Education & Training
• Education
• English as a Second Language (ESL) Instruction
• Health Education
• Life Coaching;
• Military Training

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Suggested PhDs in Education & Training

Ph. D. Education - Educational Technology & Design

Walden’s Ph.D. in Education program offers educators and administrators the opportunity to grow as scholars and innovators in higher education. Gain access to distinguished faculty members, ongoing support, and three learning formats, depending on your chosen specialization. Conduct original research in your area of interest, deepen your research skills, and prepare to contribute as an education leader, administrator, faculty member, or policymaker.

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Ph. D. Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) - Community College Leadership

Do you aspire to drive transformative educational change in your institution and community? Designed for practitioners and administrators from P-12 to higher education, Walden University’s online Doctor of Education (EdD) program offers flexibility and choices to meet your needs—even if those needs change along the way.

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