The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies will begin an educational doctorate (EdD degree) in Educational Leadership, Fall 2019. The four-year, 60 credit hour scholar-practitioner degree focuses on advanced district level knowledge and leadership skills and prepares individuals for the growing variety of school and school district leadership positions including the superintendency. The program uses a combination of delivery systems to accommodate working professionals including regular face to face weekend meetings one time a month, occasional face to face courses, and online and hybrid courses. A minimum of three years experience as a school or district administrator is required in addition to recent GRE scores. Information session will be held in the fall. In addition, more information will be available in 2018-19 Graduate catalog when released.
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