ACE Announces New Degrees at Doctoral and Specialist Level
October 09, 2018
After several successful years of our core Ed.D. and Ed.S. program offerings, American College of Education is excited to announce the launch of three new degree programs at the doctoral and specialist levels! As of today, these new programs are accepting applications for students who will take their first courses in January 2019.
The Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction is designed to advance understanding of a wide range of curriculum development and instructional methods that can improve teaching and learning in diverse educational settings.
The program is especially useful for individuals who want to advance their careers in higher education at the college or university level, p-12 public or charter school systems, and other educational organizations. Focus of study options include: educational and community organizations; instructional leadership; international education; online education, and more. Visit the program page for more information.
The Ed.D. in Instructional Technology is designed to advance understanding of methods of instructional technology for a wide range of educational settings. Focus of study options include: adult and continuing education; early childhood education; higher education, and more. Visit the program page for more information.The Ed.S. in District-Level Administration provides advanced training at the post-master’s level teaching skills and competencies to address changes in the modern education system in p-12 school districts. This degree is designed for school employees who want to become a superintendent or district-level administrator. No dissertation is required. Visit the program page for more information.
If you’re interested in applying for one of these programs, please contact a member of our Enrollment team at 1-800-280-0307 option 2, or chat online now.If you’re a graduate of ACE and you’re interested in returning to ACE for one of these programs, talk to our Enrollment team today about the Continuing Education Grant, which can help reduce the cost of your next ACE program.