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Doctoral Program of Educational Leadership and Technology Management

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Introduction

  • Brief History
    The Doctoral Program of Educational Leadership and Technology Management was established in 2013. This program has integrated the “educational policy and leadership”, “educational technology”, and “curriculum and teaching” three different professions in College of Education. This idea of design tries to reinvent the traditional educational doctoral programs and promise leading educational innovations in future.
  • Established in 2013, this program provides two to seven years to prepare students to satisfy the requirements of the doctoral degree. In the beginning, all the applicants with master degree should pass the doctoral entrance exam and then to enroll the program. It requires total thirty-six credits and at least fifteen credits in selected major at educational policy and leadership program or technology innovation and management program. Passing the qualifying exam is another important requirement to be a candidate. To fulfill the qualifying exam, students may choose to pass two written exams or publish two articles in SCI, SSCI, A&HCI, EI,TSSCI, and THCI core journals or which might be replaced by one article in 6I and two articles in peer-reviewed journals. Finally, the candidates must successfully present and defend their dissertation.
  • Mission
    The Doctoral Program of Educational Leadership and Technology Management aims to develop new leadership styles and management models for both education and enterprise settings. This program will focus on both academic development and high talents training.
  • Goals
    The goals of the doctoral program focus on academic research, cultivating research talents, and preparing excellent educational leaders.
Doctoral Program of Educational Leadership and Technology Management  Student Basic Data Chart

Work unit

 

Total number of students

None

 

5

Elementary school, junior high school , high school

 

12

College

 

9

General business

 

4




Student job attributes

Full-time students

5

In-service students

18

Part-time students

7




 

Education

Domestic

24

Foreign

6




 

Gender

Male

12

Female

18



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