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Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Research

General Program Information

Blended delivery: online and blended courses with some face-to-face/on-campus meeting times at the University of Calgary main campus.

Specializations:

  • Adult Learning

  • Curriculum and Learning

  • Language and Literacy

  • Leadership

  • Learning Sciences


Online Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs in Education offers online graduate programs via the web and other multi-media components to local, regional, national, and international communities. Programs include the thesis-based Doctor of Education (EdD), course-based Master of Education (MEd), Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate. Topics within each of these are offered in direct response to the needs of working professionals in a variety of settings including administrators, program directors, and deans in colleges and institutes of technology.

Contact: mailto:gpe@ucalgary.ca or 403.220.5675 or toll free in Canada (877) 623-0292.


Location: Education Tower, Room 114

Program number: 403.220.5675

Toll free in Canada 877.623.0292

Fax: 403.282.3005

Email address: mailto:gpe@ucalgary.ca

Web page URL: http://werklund.ucalgary.ca/gpe/

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