Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Program
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree program in Educational Leadership & Administration offers students opportunities to develop the added knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary for leadership roles in a variety of educational settings.
Typically, graduates of the doctoral program prepare for positions in three general career areas: (1) central-ofﬁce and school-site leadership, (2) leadership in higher education and other educational settings, and (3) leadership in policy analysis and evaluation.
The unique features of this program include an emphasis on educational leadership issues in the U.S.-Mexico border region, opportunities for research and practice in cultural and linguistically diverse contexts, and a cohort program that provides doctoral students with a sense of community and mutual support.
For an overview of the program, please see the Graduate Catalog.
If you are interested in applying to the Ed.D. Program, please refer to How to Apply.
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