Oklahoma Doctorate in Education Programs
Education is a dynamic field that must now meet new challenges from a global economy and changes in the U.S. labor force. Leadership is a key to the future of education both domestically and in international settings. Earning your Ed.D. can help you prove your commitment to academic excellence, for yourself and the students you want to reach. EductionDegree.com can help you find accredited programs in your area. Whether you want online or campus learning, review our featured program listings to request information. We recommend contacting several schools to be sure you make the right decision.
Earning Your Ed.D. in Oklahoma
Several Oklahoma universities offer doctorate in education programs in specializations such as:
- Adult and Higher Education
- Counseling Psychology
- Educational Administration, Curriculum and Supervision (Ed.D. and Ph.D)
- Instructional Psychology and Technology
- P-12 Public School Leadership
- And many more!
Requirements vary from program to program, though most campus-based Ph.D. and Ed.D programs require 95 credit hours and a dissertation; credit hours gained in master’s programs and some post-master’s work can count toward the requirement. most campus-based programs, credit hours are divided into courses, research and fieldwork. Online programs may only require 54 credits hours and no fieldwork.
Outlook for Graduates in Oklahoma
The outlook for graduates with an Ed.D. in Oklahoma is good. According to the 2008 Oklahoma State of the Workforce report, the educational services industry is expected to produce 18,580 new jobs in Oklahoma by 2016, with a majority of those jobs at postsecondary and professional schools. On a position-specific level, the number of job openings for postsecondary teachers is expected to grow by almost 22 percent in the same time frame. As for compensation, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the annual mean salary for postsecondary education administrators in Oklahoma in 2012 was $78,590.
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