The Ed.D. in Professional Leadership is a 51-hour doctoral program (within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction) focusing on research and applied skills for educators grappling with current issues in education in urban contexts. The program is designed to facilitate the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed for professional and instructional leadership in urban schools, community organizations, museums and related educational institutions. The program is designed as a cohort model with online and flipped courses.
- Literacy Education
- Social Studies/Social Education
Program of Study
Core (9 hours)
- Issues in Urban Education
- Foundations of Education
- Learning and Development
Research (9 hours)
- Application of Research in CUIN 1
- Application of Research in CUIN 2
- Research in Area of Specialization
Specialization (12 hours)
- Reading, Social Studies/Social Education (CUIN)
Leadership Courses (9 hours)
Laboratory of Practice (6 hours)
Ed.D. Doctoral Thesis (6 hours)
Total (51 hours)
Note: Due to this program being at maximum capacity, we are not currently accepting applications. Please continue to check the website for information on when the applications reopen.
To apply for this program and other programs, please visit Graduate Admissions.