Doctor of Education (Ed.D)

The Doctor of Education degree is granted in recognition of mastery of theory, practice, and research in education. The Ed.D. in educational leadership program prepares highly qualified professional educators for positions in teaching, supervision, and administration in elementary and secondary education, in community and four-year colleges and universities, and in other educational institutions, both public and private.

To be admitted to the Ed.D. program, students must meet all departmental and University admission requirements. For further information on admission, as well as other aspects of a specific degree program, the Graduate School of Education should be contacted directly.