Frequently Asked Question(s)
Q:Doctoral in Education and Teaching is available in which specialization areas?
A:Those interested in earning a doctorate level program in education and teaching can ot for the following specialization areas: elementary education, literacy and English education, history/social science education, mathematics education, science and environmental education, curriculum development, and technology in education. Doctorate degree programs are the highest level of education available in any study area.
Q:What degree do you need to be a teacher?
A:To become a teacher you need at least a 4-year bachelor's degree in education. If you are interested in teaching a particular subject to middle or secondary school students, you will be required to major in that subject too. You will also need a teaching license. The average salaries for kindergarten teachers, middle school teachers and high school teachers are $52,840, $56,630 and $58,260 in 2012 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
(Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Q:What can you do with a phd in education?
A:A PhD in education is intended for those students who wish to carry out research into various educational teaching methods in schools and universities. Research positions can be held in various educational institutions, businesses, as well as in the government. In addition, with this qualification, you may also become a teacher or administrator. Ultimately, what you do with the PhD will depend upon your particular career goals and objectives.