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Educational Leadership (Educational Administration), Ed.D.

Strong leaders, strong systems, strong students
  • 60

    Credit Hours

  • 10-15

    Students admitted to the specialization cohort each year

  • 100%

    Rate of employment in educational administration following graduation

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Coursework and degree requirements that can be completed while working full-time

A focus on research-based practice and a cohort model

A deep dive into issues critical to school- and district-level leadership, and a dissertation involving original, independent research

At least one internship and other applied learning experience, as well as multiple certificate options that can be completed during the program

Full-time professors who are experienced educational administrators

I am interested in leadership work that amplifies culture change, equity and strong academics. My doctoral work gave me confidence and enabled me to deepen my praxis as an educational leader in order to do this work boldly.
Victoria Spagnoli ’14M, ’22 Ed.D.
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