Integrate Psychology, Technology & Instruction Into Learning Environments
Grand Canyon University’s quantitative Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Integrating Technology, Learning and Psychology degree can prepare you to engage with current knowledge and research concerning cognition and instruction when paired with technology.
Throughout the program, courses explore the integration of psychology, technology, and learning as it relates to researching and implementing innovative solutions for learning and communications. These concepts are explored from all sides, providing the context and background research needed to make a significant contribution to the way our society uses technology for learning.
Why Specialize in Technology and Learning With a Quantitative PhD in Quantitative General Psychology
A PhD in quantitative general psychology allows learners to dive deep into the history and current trends of core areas such as individual systems of psychology as well as cognition, personality, abnormal, social, multicultural and developmental psychology. However, the quantitative aspect of the program enables learners to go beyond existing research and explore their area of interest for themselves through research and dissertation.
Courses and the dissertation allow students to go beyond theoretical knowledge and develop a rationale for integration and change of learning and technology innovation, including factors such as costs and benefits that enable learners to create successful change.
GCU’s program gives students the opportunity to explore psychology from a Christian perspective and worldview. A significant focus is placed on practicing psychology and engaging in education through an ethical framework.
How Many Years Will It Take to Earn a PhD in General Psychology?
The PhD in Integrating Technology, Learning and Psychology degree program can be completed on your own time, giving you the power to fit pursuing your degree into your schedule.
Eight-week courses are completed online and the program includes two or three in-person residencies, where students can attend and find support and guidance as they begin the dissertation process. After the completion of the coursework, learners will use quantitative methodology to design, collect and analyze information in alignment with conducting a scholarly dissertation.
Careers for a Quantitative PhD in Educational Technology Integration Psychology
After completing this program, learners will have been prepared with the research, skills and knowledge necessary to become an innovator in psychology, technology and learning. The completion throughout the program of a dissertation enables learners to make a tangible contribution to their field of interest even before graduation, and additional coursework prepares them to continue making a difference as they continue on in their career.
The skills and abilities developed through the program can prepare graduates for many impactful positions such as:
- Instructional coordinator
- Curriculum developer
- Learning material developer
- Professor at the college or university level
- Educational administrator
To discover more about how you can pursue your personal and professional goals with a quantitative PhD in General Psychology in Integrating Technology, Learning and Psychology, apply online for free today!
If seeking licensure or certification, applicants to the program are responsible for contacting their state department of education for licensure requirements and program approval. In addition, fingerprint and background clearance is required.
§ MOU-Alumni 2000 Doctoral-Dec2023: The Alumni Scholarship for Doctoral Programs is only valid for those applicants who submit a complete application and begin a Doctoral program in December 2023. This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other GCU scholarship or awards and only applies to online and evening programs. Please speak to a university counselor for complete details.
GCU alumni enrolling in a doctoral program for the first time may be eligible for a $2,000 scholarship.§
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