USC Beijing Office warmly invites you to attend the Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) program informatiom session, in which you will get a knowledge of the difference between an Ed.D. (Doctor of Education) and a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy), hear about the program's structure and application process and learn about how you can become a leader with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the 21st century.
24 Nov 2016 6:30-8:00pm
Grand Hyatt Beijing
1 East Chang An Avenue,
Beijing, China, 100738
Dr. Sabrina Chong
Global Executive Doctor of Education Program
The Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) program is designed for full-time working professionals around the world who have a Master’s degree and significant leadership experience. The program prepares senior educational leaders, policy makers, administrators, and change agents for the challenging task of improving individual and national education outcomes. This program prepares leaders to achieve large-scale improvements across educational systems through strategic use of policy, innovative practice and assessment. The Global Executive Ed.D. stresses the examination of educational solutions from around the world as participants work with their own local challenges.
· Global Vision: The program combines online classes with on-campus residential sessions at USC, Hong Kong, and middle east, etc. Students are able to understand global trends and the implications of those trends for their work.
· Short-term with high value: the program can be completed in approximately 25 months and allows students to remain fully employed while pursuing their doctorate. Professors of USC Rossier School of Education provide all the courses in English.
· Trojan Family Network: the program now owns hundreds of graduates and current students. These high level executives are from more than 16 countries and play key roles in education industry.
· Academic Background: An advanced degree from an accredited institution is required. There are no set prerequisite courses or majors, and prior coursework in education is not required.
· Professional Experience: Qualified candidates will have at least 10 or more years of senior leadership experience in organizations such as: ministries of education, universities, schools or school systems, education-related multilateral or non-governmental organizations, education-related corporations.
· Interview: Promising candidates will be required to complete an interview with members of the Admissions Committee.