Ph.D. Education

Superior University’s Ph.D. program prepares the students for leadership roles by deepening their grasp of educational difficulties and research requirements in developing countries in these contemporary times while enabling the students to undertake research that will help shape educational policies and practices in the country. While pursuing their doctorates, the students interact with researchers, policymakers, and other stakeholders on a national and international level, which assists in their ability to land positions at think tanks run by the government and civil society organizations.

Eligibility: MS/M.Phil or equivalent in Education

Semester 1

Course
Credits
Type
Philosophical Paradigms of Education
3Compulsory
Quantitative Research Methods
3Compulsory
Doing Qualitative Research
3Compulsory

Semester 2

Course
Credits
Type
Instrument Development and Data Analysis
3Compulsory
Contemporary Trends in Education
3Compulsory
Mixed Methods Research Report Writing
3Compulsory

Semester 3, 4, 5 & 6

Course
Credits
Type
Thesis
Compulsory