Our Ph.D. Programs in Educational Technology, designed with a transdisciplinary approach, aim to raise experts who support and develop learning with innovative methods by researching information, skills and qualifications in different areas within the context of real learning problems. The scope of our program covers facilitating learning and supporting academic performance within the context of formal/informal/lifelong learning and planning, designing, application, evaluation and management of appropriate processes and products with a focus on research and development.
In order to enhance their transdiciplinary perspectives, students admitted to the Ph.D. Programs in Educational Technology take courses in the following areas: Research Methods (2 courses), Designing Competencies (2 courses), Educational Technology (2 courses), Cognitive Psychology, Sociology or Scientific Technology (1 course) and Technology in Subject Area (1 course). Our students are provided with mentorship by our professors during and after their courses, in their preparation for qualifying exams as well as throughout their dissertation research in accordance with their career goals and research interests.
As a result, our graduates may hold positions as qualified and competent technology experts with a key role in public or private institutions and in various educational institutions.