Doctor of Education in Leadership & Policy Studies - Educational Leadership

Outcomes for each graduate of this professional program include the ability to:

  1. Understand, analyze, and reflect critically upon contemporary P-12 educational leadership from a variety of conceptual frameworks.
  2. Understand the environments within which P-12 educational leadership operates.
  3. Fulfill the responsibilities required in P-12 administrative leadership.
  4. Understand the nature of the learner in diverse educational settings.
  5. Interpret, apply, and conduct educational research.

To be admitted to post-master’s degree candidacy, each student must meet all Graduate School requirements and then complete a candidacy file in the Department of Leadership. All requirements for admission or readmission to the university must be completed before registration is authorized.

Applications will be reviewed on November 1 and April 1 of each year.