Harvard Doctoral programs Education

The Ed.D. program enrolls its final cohort in fall 2013. HGSE will offer a Ph.D. in Education with the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in 2014.

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program prepares education scholars and leaders for the 21st century. The program provides rigorous research training that equips graduates with the knowledge and skills to have broad impact in the worlds of policy and practice. Working with premier faculty in the field, students conduct cutting-edge research that addresses the most pressing problems in education. Graduates often assume roles as university faculty, senior-level educational leaders, policymakers, and researchers.

Students join a community of scholars who work at the nexus of practice, policy and research. Within the Ed.D. program, HGSE offers five concentrations: Education Policy, Leadership, and Instructional Practice; Human Development and Education; Culture, Communities, and Education; Quantitative Policy Analysis in Education; Higher Education. The Urban Superintendents Program enrolled its last cohort in Fall 2009 (see the new Ed.L.D. program).The concentrations give students great latitude in designing a highly individualized course of study based on their research interests. Drawing on the vast intellectual resources available at Harvard University, students combine the strengths of a wide array of fields and disciplines with deep knowledge of the education sector. Education scholars and leaders need expertise in at least one perspective and understanding of other perspectives to contribute to solving complex educational problems in the United States and around the world. The program embraces this premise through a core curriculum that includes a first-year course on the interdisciplinary nature of education, rigorous training in both qualitative and quantitative research methods, and a variety of experiences designed to stimulate learning from colleagues with different backgrounds, experiences, and career goals.

Our 2013 Ed.D. graduates pursued a wide range of topics for their dissertation work. You are welcome to review the dissertation titles and committee members for our most recent doctoral graduates. View 2013 graduate dissertations (132KB pdf).

National Academies Press The Future of the Survey of Income and Program Participation
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Recommendations for a PhD in Education...

2006-09-03 12:35:21 by internationaled

I am looking for a good graduate program that discusses theory/sociology/policy of education. I have internet researched and found interesting programs in International and Comparative Education at 1) SUNY-Buffalo
3) Madison-Wisconsin
4) U of Toronto.
Harvard, Stanford and Columbia all have great programs but I can't imagine being able to afford them.
Does anyone have any experience with these departments at the doctoral level and have any testimonials? Also, if anyone has attended these universities and can speak to the quality of life/ expenses ratio I would love your opinion.
Thanks so much.

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