With the Education Doctorate in Secondary and Middle Grades Education at KSU, you will develop the knowledge, skills, and disposition to serve as a learner-centered specialist engaging in scholarly inquiry and research. Through the cognate and electives, you will deepen your expertise in a chosen area of study.
The Education Doctorate in Secondary and Middle Grades Education at KSU is for candidates who possess a clear renewable (or comparable) T-5 certificate and hold a master’s degree in a PSC-recognized area of certification.
The Doctor of Education in Secondary and Middle Grades program will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to synthesize theory and practice through further examination of theoretically based curriculum development, understanding of global education issues, and inquiry into making education equitable, democratic, humane, and socially just.
The Ed.S. in Secondary and Middle Grades is fully embedded in the Ed.D. program. If you complete the Ed.S. in Middle Grades at Kennesaw State, you may apply your entire program of study toward the Ed.D.
If you completed your Ed.S. at another institution, you would be eligible to have their transcripts analyzed and possibly receive up to 17 hours credit toward your Ed.D.
You will choose your concentration area from those below:
Concentrations – Secondary Education
Concentrations – Middle Grades Education
Program Format: Online*
Number of Credits Hours: 66 Total Hours
Entry Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
Time to Complete: Four-year Program
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Kennesaw State University
Department of Secondary & Middle Grades Education
Chantal and Tommy Bagwell Education Building
580 Parliament Garden Way NW, Mail Drop #0122
Kennesaw, GA 30144
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