Curriculum & Instruction: Ed.D. - Doctor of Education
Graduates are practitioner-scholars who have the knowledge and skills needed to solve localized educational problems and to provide effective leadership within organizations in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
At a Glance
Ed.D. - Doctor of Education
Curriculum & Instruction
Best Suited To
Working educators anywhere in the world who hold a master's degree and have 4+ years of full-time teaching experience.
- Part Time
January 15 to start next fall
About This Program
A cohort of education leaders
Your classmates and faculty mentors represent some of the most diverse, passionate leaders from across the country and around the world. Within this community, you and other practitioner-scholars will combine academic, theoretical, and practical understandings with personal practice and self-reflection to become change leaders in your professional context.
Personalized pace of study
Every candidate maps out a personalized academic plan that accounts for their professional and life commitments. Our asynchronous, online model allows dedicated practitioners to flexibly earn their degree while working from anywhere in the world.
Linking research and practice
Critical reflection, knowledge, and research lead to transformational learning, and when combined with field studies, mentor supervision, collaborative group work, and a variety of technologies, our doctoral candidates build a robust portfolio of practical work.
Graduates of this program:
- Apply their extensive knowledge of curriculum, instruction, and assessment to their professional practice
- Utilize systematic inquiry processes to address problems of practice
- Engage stakeholders in collaborative problem-solving
- Promote equity through their work