Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in
Educational Leadership and Administration
Offered as Main Campus
Goal of Program:
To prepare superintendents and other educational leaders to be skilled managers, curricular experts and research-based scholars to improve public education by becoming informed, proactive, and reflective change agents.
- A focus on research-based practice.
- Effective use of educational technology.
- A cohort model.
- Three internships: international, school/government, and business.
- Coursework from the Cameron School of Business Applied dissertation study.
- Dedicated faculty with diverse backgrounds and expertise.
- Current B-12 public school leaders;
- who plan to move into school district leadership roles, or
- who wish to improve their leadership practice.
- Leaders from related disciplines who plan to move into school or school district leadership roles.
- Curriculum & Instruction Supervision, or
- Leadership and Administration
The Watson College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Dr. Susan Catapano
|Instruction Method||Hybrid online and face to face *|
|Intended Time to Degree||3 years|
|Required Credit Hours||60 hrs|
|* classmeetings are scheduled on Monday evenings|