Montclair State University’s Ed.D. in Pedagogy and Philosophy is one of a very few programs in the country that bring the disciplines of pedagogy and philosophy into dynamic interaction. The program builds on the University’s nationally recognized programs in teacher preparation and decades of leadership in critical thinking, precollege philosophy education, and inquiry into the public purposes of education. It provides a unique opportunity for those who wish to participate in the highest level of philosophical and empirical scholarship, to apply that scholarship to the work of teacher education, and/or to bring philosophical practices to the classroom.
Graduates from the Ed.D. in Pedagogy and Philosophy pursue careers in the following fields in higher education:
- Philosophy of Education
- Educational Foundations
- Teacher Education
The program has also prepared students for, or advanced their positions in the following careers in precollege education:
- Teaching philosophy in middle schools, high schools and community colleges
- K-12 classroom teaching that employs philosophical methods, addresses philosophy of the school subjects, and/or engages children in philosophical practices
Applications for fall 2011 are being accepted until Feb. 1. We will be hosting an information session on December 1, 2010, from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the University. To register for the session, visit http://cehs.montclair.edu. More information about the program is available online at http://cehs.montclair.edu/academic/cop/doc_programs.shtml and from program administrators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please forward this email and the attached flyer to colleagues and students who might be interested.
Program Web Flyer: http://cehs.montclair.edu/documents/PEPH_Flyer2.pdf