College of Education
This Doctor of Education program emphasizes educational leadership issues along the U.S.-Mexico border, and develops skills, knowledge and expertise for future administrators in a variety of academic settings. Faculty offer face-to-face and hybrid (online and in-person) courses to accommodate working professionals who want to improve their practice as educational leaders and administrators.
Participants can research and practice in culturally and linguistically diverse contexts
Cohort-style program provides a sense of community and mutual support
Take advantage of the option to earn a superintendent’s certification
For 24 years as a teacher/administrator, Souraya Hajjar has helped college students succeed. She pursued an Ed.D. to build on her ability to assess and enhance her division’s academic and research programs. She praised the degree’s flexible schedule and the faculty for their expertise and mentorship. She said this degree puts her in a better position to seek higher administrative offices.
Recipients of the Doctor of Education degree become leaders in higher education, school districts or campus sites, or in the policy analysis and evaluation sector from local to international levels.