The primary aim of the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Educational Leadership is to prepare current district and school administrators, educational leaders, and classroom teachers to take on district leadership roles in K through 12th-grade settings. Specifically, this concentration promotes the development of leadership skills via systematized practice, examination, and research. The prime focus of the program is on real-world problem solving and practical application. With these facets in place, the educational leadership program will stand to produce empowered leaders who are inclined to promote the success of all students and possess a dedication to serving their entire school community.
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program with a concentration in Higher Education is designed to prepare students for post-secondary leadership roles in community colleges, liberal arts colleges, as well as teaching and research universities. The Program’s goal is to produce leaders who can effectively manage and formulate change while successfully navigating the forces inherent to higher education.
|At A Glance|
|Degree Awarded:||Doctor of Education (Ed.D.): Educational Leadership (K‐12)|
|Course Locations:||Jersey City, Englewood Cliffs Campus, Select off‐site locations|
|Program Duration:||54 Credits|
|Calendar:||Semester, including summers|
|Course Format:||Classes meet in person in evenings. Some web‐based, some hybrid|
|Curriculum:||Educational Leadership (K‐12)|