EdD in Elementary Education or EdD in Secondary Education - Overview

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Program at a Glance

Delivery Format - Gadsden

Number of Credit Hours - 72-75

Tuition per Hour - $420

Fees - $10 graduate College of Education fee (per hour)

Application Deadline - April 1 - summer cohort, July 1 - fall cohort, November 1 - spring cohort

*Test scores are waived for the Summer and Fall 2020 application semesters.

Required Entrance - Master's degree or EdS in relevant field

Programs, courses and tuition subject to change.

The doctor of education is the highest professional degree program option available to educators. Programs at the doctoral level are designed to prepare advanced practitioners for key leadership positions in K-12 schools and school systems as well as for professorships in institutions of higher education.

The EdD in Elementary Education and EdD in Secondary Education programs are the ideal choice for elementary and secondary education teachers who are committed to advancing their own education in order to better serve their students. A focus on research gives educators pursuing the doctoral degree the opportunity to understand theory and develop strategies to increase student success in the classroom.

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