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EdD Program in Higher Education Leadership
|Tuition||Credits for graduation||Time to Complete|
|$910 /credit||51 semester hours||3 years full-time;
4 years part-time
The Regis Doctor of Education (EdD) program, a member of the Carnegie Project of Educational Doctorate (CPED) consortium, is designed for professional practitioners in higher education and other educational institutions to address the changing landscape of higher education. The EdD program provides you with the effective leadership skills needed to serve top-performing institutions and contribute to student success.
The EdD in Higher Education Leadership prepares you to analyze education systems, formulate strategies, and communicate effectively to inspire a shared vision and commitment to high student achievement in a diverse academic environment. Focus your career goals with two concentrations.
- Academic Administration
- Teaching and Learning
The cohort model courses are offered in a hybrid format; meeting on-campus six to eight Saturdays, as well as online per semester and online throughout the semester.
- ED Talks: Exploring Leadership
- Essence of Education: Past, Present, Future
- Legal Issues in Education
The capstone project allows you to explore in-depth a critical issue in higher education and share your work with the higher education community. Recent graduates of this program are currently working at University of New Haven, Concord Public Schools, and Weston Public Schools.
The program is designed for professional practitioners in higher education and other educational institutions.
- Completed application form
- Transcripts from both undergraduate and graduate education
- General application and introduction letter; resume; letter of recommendation
- Statement of professional goals
- A presentation/interview will also be required
Sr. Assistant Director of Graduate Admission
St. Joseph Hall 215