Educational Leadership Doctorate - Higher Education Track (HE.EdD)

EDD-702Adult Development and Transformative Learning 13
EDD-706Learning Through Experience: Individuals and Organizations 13
EDD-710Leadership, Diversity and Equity 13
EDD-712International Leadership Models 13
EDD-720Contemporary Issues in Education 13
EDD-722Leading Digital Learning and Innovation in Education: Empowered Learners and Organizations 13
EDD-750Advanced Program Analysis 13
EDD-752Advanced Quantitative Research 13
EDD-756Advanced Qualitative Research 13
EDD-760Dynamic Leadership in Higher Education 13
EDD-762Governance in Higher Education 13
EDD-764Higher Education Law and Policy 13
EDD-766Higher Education in the United States 13
EDD-768Higher Education Finance 13
EDD-801Research Design 11-3
EDD-802Writing for Professional Publication 11-3
EDD-803Design-Based Research 11.5-3
EDD-804Analyzing and Interpreting Data 11-3
EDD-THDThesis Defense0
Total Credits46.5-54

All courses must be completed with a 'B' or better.

1. Master’s degree: All applicants must have an earned master’s degree in education, business, or related field. Official transcripts are required from each institution in which bachelor’s and master’s level credits were earned.

2. Grade Point Average: Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 3.25 out of 4, in a nationally accredited Master’s Program.

3. Standardized Test Scores or Scores: Applicants must provide evidence of having taken the Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical writing tests of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) within the last five years.

4. Resume/Curriculum Vitae: A current resume/curriculum vita should outline the applicant’s educational background, employment history, professional activities, and other activities that provide support for admission.

5. Two letters of recommendation: These letters should address the applicant’s readiness for doctoral study.

6. Personal statement: This two-page essay should describe the applicant's preparation for study in the program and personal objectives for graduate study.