This Doctor of Education at Queensland University of Technology, comprising coursework units and a thesis, is oriented towards enhancing professional practice and focuses on the professional development of practitioners involved in some aspect of education.
- Focus on applied investigation and problem solving, and make a contribution to research in the field of education.
- Be supported by study workshops to refine the methodology and design of your thesis.
- Complete an initial coursework component followed by a thesis.
This course has an initial coursework component followed by a thesis.
- In January of your first semester, you attend a one-week, on-campus study school to complete the Interdisciplinary Education Studies unit.
- Subsequent study schools, during which you work on the methodology and design of your thesis, are held on campus in the second and third semesters of your enrolment (in June/July and the following January).
- 36 months
- 72 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
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- A completed recognised four-year honours Class IIA degree in education; or
- A masters degree in education or in a field relevant to the professional doctorate in education with a minimum GPA of 5.00 on QUT's 7 point scale; and
- Two years' practice in a position of professional responsibility in education or a closely related field.
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