Doctor of Education
Global Studies in Education
Global Studies in Education (GSE) deals with global change and education from social justice and critical democracy perspectives. The program focuses on the globalization of policy, pedagogy in different contexts including online environments, and children and youth studies. Students in this program will earn a Doctor of Education (EdD) in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership with a concentration in Global Studies in Education.
Typical Plan of Study (minimum 64 hours)
Select 5 Elective Courses
- EDUC 499: Education Abroad
- EPOL 408: Aesthetic Education (crosslisted with EPS 413)
- EPOL 420: Global Migration and Education
- EPOL 517: Race, Gender & Sexuality Issues (crosslisted with EPS 536)
- EPOL 521: Globalizing Educational Policy (crosslisted with EPS 537)
- EPOL 522: Globalization of Higher Ed (crosslisted with EPS 538)
- EPOL 523: Global Issues in Learning
- EPOL 524: Education and Human Rights
- EPOL 525: Global Youth and Citizenship
- EPOL 526: Education and Power in Middle East
- EPOL 528: Researching Global Education
- EPOL 531: Diversity, Leadership & Policy (crosslisted with EOL 568)
- EPOL 570: Organization Development (crosslisted with HRD 530)
- EPOL 598: Internship in EPOL (crosslisted with EOL 589)
- EPOL 520: Education and Globalization
Sample of elective courses, courses should be chosen in consultation with advisor.
1 Research Methods Required Course
Select 2 Additional Research Methods Courses
- EPSY 480: Educational Statistics
- ERAM 555: Ethnographic Methods in Education
- ERAM 556: Program Evaluation
With advisor approval, students may take the following courses OR 8 credits of EPOL 595 Independent study for their qualifying exams.
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