Course Description

The Doctor of Education is an intensive course of study leading to the professional doctorate degree in Education. It consists of coursework and applied research leading to a dissertation.
The purpose of the degree is to provide advanced level study in Education at a high degree of specialisation through applied research in a selected area of practice. On entry to this course, you will be assigned a supervisor who will assist in the development of an approved plan of study appropriate to your intended specialisation. For this course, on-campus meetings are available through negotiation.
The Doctor of Education is an intensive course of study leading to the professional doctorate degree in Education. It consists of coursework and applied research leading to a dissertation. The purpose of the degree is to provide advanced level study in Education at a high degree of specialisation through applied research in a selected area of practice. On entry to this course, you will be assigned a supervisor who will assist in the development of an approved plan of study appropriate to your intended specialisation. For this course, on-campus meetings are available through negotiation.
Graduates are qualified to obtain high-level professional positions in a range of locations in the broad Education industry.
 

Location

Perth Campus or external

Mid-year Intake

Mid-year start available (Domestic students)Mid-year start available (International students)

School

School of Education

Study Area(s)

Teaching

Course Structure
Each course has a number of credit points that must be completed for you to graduate.

Duration

3 years full time, 6 years part time

Course codes

Murdoch University Code: D1017

Entry Requirements



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