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Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration
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  The Graduate School of Education 2004-2006 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration  

Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration

Degree Programs Offered:Master of Education, Doctor of Education

Chairperson:James M. Giarelli (732/932-7496, ext. 8209; email: giarelli@rci.rutgers.edu)

Members of the Faculty

Professors:

W. Steven Barnett, Ph.D., Michigan

Harold W. Beder, Ed.D., Columbia

Kenneth D. Carlson, Ed.D., SUNY (Buffalo)

William A. Firestone, Ph.D., Chicago

James M. Giarelli, Ph.D., Florida

Ronald T. Hyman, Ed.D., Columbia; J.D., Rutgers

Daniel Tanner, Ph.D., Ohio State

Associate Professors:

James Bliss, Ph.D., Cornell

C. William Garner, D.Ed., Pennsylvania State

David J. Muschinske, Ed.D., Boston

Annell L. Simcoe, Ph.D., Ohio State

Assistant Professors:

Alisa Belzer, Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Katrina Bulkley, Ph.D., Stanford

Benjamin Justice, Ph.D., Stanford

Catherine Lugg, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State

Beth Rubin, Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

The Department of Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration offers graduate programs leading to the master of education degree and the doctor of education degree. These programs are grouped into four categories: Educational Administration and Supervision; Adult and Continuing Education; Social Studies Education; and Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education.


 
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