The Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction: P-12 Disciplinary Concentration degree offers an engaging and flexible educational model designed to fit the busy schedules of working professional educators in a variety of instructional fields. Our innovative program provides practical opportunities for students to relate theoretical foundations to curricular and instructional issues facing schools and other educational systems. You will enjoy learning from our quality faculty whose real-world experience and knowledge has been acquired through many years learning, researching, and working in the domains of our field. Our program is delivered through a combination of online and face-to-face courses. 10 of the required courses are taught completely online requiring you to never physically come to our campus. There are five research sequence courses that are taught in a hybrid format that include occasional face-to-face classes meetings in Valdosta up to four Friday nights and Saturdays per semester. Electives will vary in delivery format based on your approved selections, Electives will vary in delivery format based on your approved selections, and they must align with your certification field.
Advantages of this program are:
- Approved by the GaPSC.
- Students holding a valid GaPSC Standard Professional certificate (or higher) qualify for the Alternate Level 6 Certification Option upon successful completion of 36 credit hours and an approved portfolio.
- Students holding a valid GaPSC Standard Professional certificate (or higher) qualify for a Level 7 Certification upon successful degree completion.
- No GACE exam required
- Available concentrations include:
English Behavior Sciences Art ED
History Speech Music ED
Language Arts Library Media ESOL
Mathematics Technology Gifted
Polictical Science Instructional Technology Health & Physical ED
Reading P-12 C & I Early Childhood ED
Science Trade and Industrial ED Middle Grades ED
Social Science SP ED Adapted Curriculum Secondary Education
Spanish SP ED General Curriculum