Doctor of Education
University of Canterbury
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A Bachelor's degree or Master's degree plus normally a minimum of five years' experience in a professional role
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
Graduates will be able to: link, in a coherent and rigorous manner, theory and research to questions of professional practice; meet high international standards in the quality of their scholarly work; be adept at presenting their work in conferences and seminars and in publishing their findings; value the process of peer review in advancing scholarly and professional understanding; adopt an investigative, probing, open-minded, reflective, dialogical stand in addressing scholarly and professional problems; draw on insights from their studies in seeking to make a worthwhile difference in the lives of others; be willing and able to demonstrate leadership in their domains of professional endeavour and have a strong sense of global awareness and participate actively in wider scholarly and professional communities.
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