Doctorate in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation
IDD&E Ph.D. Handbook
Doctor of Philosophy students in the Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation (IDD&E) Program at Syracuse University may select one of two emphases in their Ph.D. programs: an Academic Research focus, or a Professional Studies focus.
The Academic Research focus prepares students for tenure-line faculty positions in research universities. Special emphasis is given to in-depth methodological training, extensive research experience, advanced expertise in a focused area of inquiry, participation in academic and professional research communities, and the development of teaching skills.
The Professional Studies focus prepares graduates for these settings by emphasizing strong methodological training, extensive experience with applied projects, the flexibility to work in teams on a broad range of problems, participation in applied professional communities, and the development of management and leadership skills.
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