Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)

Join us in our bold vision for the future

At the Kalmanovitz School of Education (KSOE), we believe that education can transform lives and make a positive impact on our future and in our communities—particularly those that are underserved. Our curriculum prepares leaders who understand the causes of inequities within society and how these affect our communities, including students, parents and teachers.

Our Vision

  • Prepare leaders who stimulate the growth and development of individuals and the systems within which they work
  • Help educational institutions meet their organizational goals
  • Transform practices within institutions

 

 

 

Hallmarks of Our Ed.D. Program 

  • Schedule designed specifically for working professionals
  • Supportive, accessible faculty who are up to date with current research
  • Curriculum divided into four action research cycles
  • Emphasis on inquiry, reflection and action
  • Values-based and service-oriented curriculum

Design Details

  • 60 units of coursework can be completed in four years
  • Classes held on 18 weekends per year (Friday evening and Saturday)
  • Dissertation is an applied research project aimed at transforming educational practice
  • Cohort-based learning community