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Online Program

Doctor of Sciences in Education (DSE)

Empowering minds, shaping futures.

A Doctor of Science in Education (DScEd) is an advanced degree that prepares students to become educators, researchers, or administrators in the field of education. The DScEd is focused on the science of teaching and learning, using evidence-based research and cutting-edge educational theory to create effective educational policies, programs, and practices. This degree program is designed for current educators or individuals looking to pursue a career in higher education or education research.

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Courses

Students in this program will take courses in educational leadership, research methodology, instructional design, and curriculum development. Graduates of the DScEd program have the skills and knowledge to lead and manage educational programs, conduct educational research, and apply evidence-based practices to improve student learning outcomes. This degree can open doors to advanced positions in academia, government, and industry.

The Doctor of Science in Education focuses on offering specialized training in educational research, focused on fundamental academic and research nuclei, supported by innovative theoretical and methodological approaches from the following emphases:

  • Contemporary Policies and Educational Management
  • Educational Research and Pedagogical Narratives
  • Diversity and School Coexistence
  • Curriculum and Contemporary Didactics
  • New Technologies and Artificial Intelligence in Education

Semester I

10 Credits

Theoretically and epistemologically base the research problem, its structure and purpose on the relevance, meaning and validity of the research process. Present research problems logically and coherently within the framework of the educational context and its problems, from the orientation of the different research paradigms.

3 Credits

Analyze the paradigms of scientific research that allow an approach to reality, such as positivism, historical- hermeneutic and critical-social. Base the research project from a paradigm that coherently allows to respond to the approaches and objectives of the proposal in the development of new knowledge.

2 Credits

Recognize the historical transits of pedagogy and didactics as a consequence of various positions and curricular commitments that permeate school environments.

3 Credits

Examine and analyze the process of profound transformations experienced by contemporary society through its main philosophical and epistemic interpretations and, from this perspective, analyze the relationship between the processes of deconfiguration of the modern conception of education at a theoretical and political level.

Semester II

10 Credits

Build the background of the investigation that allows to demonstrate through an analysis the different findings that have been found in previous studies, taking into account the study variables. Implement effective background search strategies in various specialized databases and institutional repositories and the organization of information in matrices.

3 Credits

Implement and substantiate the qualitative, quantitative and mixed research designs to create a methodological design that supports the proposed research proposal.

2 Credits

Review and support the theoretical references of trends, an approach and a pedagogical current from a perspective based on epistemic principles and pedagogical models.

3 Credits

Examine and analyze the process of profound transformations experienced by contemporary society through its main theoretical interpretations and based on them, evaluate the political processes, educational management and analytical orders of this subject.

Semester III

10 Credits

Build and support the theoretical and epistemological references of the research within the framework of the problem statement, its categories and the discussion that will give theoretical support with the results achieved. Implement effective search strategies and construction of theoretical and epistemological references in various specialized sources of information.

3 Credits

Carry out a documentary review on the line of emphasis in didactics that allows knowing the current state of its theoretical construct from the contributions of the investigation.

2 Credits

Analyze the historical-cultural mobility of general didactics and specific didactics to support didactic proposals within the framework of needs and challenges in teaching-learning processes.

3 Credits

Place the student in the current educational debate, in its traditions, essential issues, political- administrative approaches and analytical paradigms, which have guided educational policies and management.

Semester IV

10 Credits

Build and sustain the methodological references that support the methodological design of the research project. Implement effective search strategies for theoretical references for methodological design in various specialized databases.

3 Credits

Carry out a documentary review on the line of emphasis on evaluation and learning results that allows knowing the current state of its theoretical construct from various research contributions.

2 Credits

Analyze and understand the historical processes that have influenced the discussions and reflections on the curriculum and curricular designs.

3 Credits

Analyze the possibilities, competences and relevance that educational institutions and subjects have for the development of educational policies and the approach of autonomous management that enhances the quality of education.

Semester V

10 Credits

Build and validate data collection instruments and their proper application in the research intervention. Apply the instruments and techniques for collecting information and the development of processes for its registration, organization and analysis. Generate information analysis processes in a systematic, rigorous and ethical manner that allows the socialization of new knowledge through articles, internships and academic events.

3 Credits

Carry out a state of the art of current trends and models in teacher training, as well as the implications of these in teaching practice and in the integral development of students.

2 Credits

Design didactic strategies energized by the STEAM approach and learning styles for various educational levels.

3 Credits

Understand the state of the art in the thematic fields of educational policies in contemporary management, from its debates, studies and emerging themes from the exploration of students.

Semester VI

12 Credits

The research internship is developed as part of the prerequisites for supporting the doctoral thesis project. It is specifically scheduled in the fifth semester of the program and constitutes a mandatory requirement to access the academic research space in said semester.

10 Credits

Prepare a final report of the research project that meets the standards of structure, coherence and clarity required in the academic and research field. Support the results and conclusions of your research project with high standards of research quality through an oral presentation and thesis defense.

3 Credits

Generate a state of the art on pedagogical experiences and research processes that have addressed learning styles in the educational context.

2 Credits

Design virtual learning environments taking into account instructional design processes that stimulate teaching-learning processes.

3 Credits

Analyze, reflect and project from the present what challenges may arise in educational policies and management, from a liquid and constantly changing context.

Admissions

To be admitted to a degree program, students must meet the below requirements and need to follow the steps outlined below to provide evidence of such eligibility. An orientation course must be completed before an admitted student can enroll in the first course of the program.

Application

Prospective students may apply at any time during the year, and if accepted, may begin in any term during the year of acceptance or the following year.

Submit an Online Application

Applications must be submitted online at uted.us

Pay Application Fee (Waived)

For a limited time only, our $50.00 non-refundable application fee is waived.

Submit Official Transcripts

From all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended

Requirements

Admissions requirements for the Doctor of Science in Education are listed below:

Frequently Asked Questions

The institute will provide online education utilizing the Educativa LMS (Learning Management System), which has become one of the top LMS companies delivering online education to students, to support and deliver the online educational programs. With Educativa LMS, UTE is able to create a flexible and accessible online learning environment and support students throughout their academic journey.

Moreover, the flexible and powerful features of Educativa LMS helps students think creatively, learn collaboratively, and reach their full potential. As the University strives to establish effective communication with every student, Educativa LMS allows UTE to easily provide student feedback, support collaborative learning, and host discussions via forums, wikis, and video conferencing.

Additionally, the Institution offers LIRN, the Library and Information Resources Network, a hosted on-line library service featuring academic search capabilities. The LIRN® collection provides students with access to peer-reviewed and full-text journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, e- books, podcasts, audio, and video resources to support their academic studies.

The University is located at 2010 NW 150 Ave, Suite 213, Pembroke Pines FL 33028. The administrative office is comprised of 777 sq ft, which includes 4 administrative offices. This space is occupied by on-site Florida staff personnel who maintain the office and student records for all UTE students and personnel. UTE provides its instruction solely through distance education methods.

A credit hour is typically defined by one hour per week of in class instruction, plus another two hours of study outside of class. A credit hour consists of a minimum of fifteen (15) hours of instruction, plus a reasonable period of time outside of instruction which the institution requires a student to devote to preparation for learning experiences, such as preparation for instruction, study of course material, or completion of educational projects.

UTE will not accept transfer of credits from another program from another post-secondary institution. Students will enroll from the beginning of a course or program.

The transferability of credits you earn at UTE is at the complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the credits you earn in the educational program from UTE is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the credits that you earn at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason, you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending UTE to determine if your credits will transfer.

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