The Chicago School

Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology and Technology (Online)

The Ed.D. in Educational Psychology and Technology online program focuses on bridging the gap between research and professional practice. Students in the program will develop the following skills:

  • Critical evaluation of effective instruction
  • Assessment of teaching and learning challenges
  • Decision-making with regard to development and implementation of technology-driven approaches
  • Faculty actively engaged in the field will guide students in applying educational and psychological theories into the real world

Through their education, graduates of the Ed.D. in Educational Psychology and Technology program will be able to use what they know to improve productivity, learning opportunities, and sustainability within an organization. Some fields graduates will be able to pursue include:

  • Nonprofit
  • Government
  • Business
  • Industry
  • Education

By having deeper knowledge of how people and organizations learn, graduates will be valuable assets in any industry they pursue.

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