Georgia Campus Ph.D. in Teacher Education Doctorate Programs
Educators seeking to learn advanced skills and knowledge related to teaching fellow educators might consider a Campus Doctorate in Teacher Education.
Wondering about the advantages of choosing a campus based or traditional Ph.D. teaching degree program? Learning in a real classroom is likely a good option for students who crave in-person connection with their classmates and teachers—particularly since this career path involves so much one-on-one and group interaction. You may also benefit from access to on-campus services such as libraries, gyms or tutoring centers—depending on the particulars of your school of choice.
To get started, just filter by location to pick a city, state or country to find grad schools that offer graduate teaching courses in your desired area.
- Atlanta, GAAtlanta, GA
M.Div. students are required to take a core curriculum of 70 hours which may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. A remaining 20 hours may be chosen from a variety of electives providing a broad background for ministry to prepare further for...
- Athens, GAAthens, GA
University of Georgia
The Program of Mathematics Education (EMAT) has a mission that includes teaching, research, and service consistent with the broader missions of the College of Education and the University in these areas.
- Athens, GA