Frequently Asked Questions – Educational Leadership and Management EdD Program
A PhD program is traditionally more focused on research. An EdD program had traditionally been more focused on educational administration and scholarly practice. PhD programs tend to have more courses focused on theory and research methodology, whereas an EdD program typically offers more courses related to educational administration and professional practice.
The Educational Leadership and Management doctoral program is offered in a fully online format.
Students are able to tailor their coursework and research to meet their specific needs and interests throughout the program. Some of these areas may include but are not limited to K-12 administration, university and community college leadership, urban education, and adult learners.
Yes, this program is designed for working professionals.
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Does Age determine the Time to Completion of a Doctoral Degree?
We accept student’s with many different graduate degrees. Students should contact an Admissions Representative if their degree is not related to education to see if they qualify.