Curriculum & Program Overview
|GE-801||Curriculum Development and Instruction||3|
|GE-805||Organizational Behavior and Leadership||3|
|GE-809||Research Design and Methods1||3|
|GE-811||Qualitative Research Design and Analysis||3|
|GE-822||Historical Trends in Higher Education||3|
|GE-825||Ethical Foundations and Social Responsibility||3|
|GE-864||Administration and Governance of Higher Education||3|
|GE-866||Enrollment Management and Marketing||3|
|GE-868||Student Development and Programming||3|
|GE-871||Dissertation Seminar I1||3|
|GE-872||Grants, Philanthropy and Development||3|
|GE-873||Dissertation Seminar II1||3|
|GE-874||Finance, Budgeting and Resource Allocation in Higher Education||3|
|GE-876||Accountability: Assessment, Accreditation and Institutional Research||3|
|1||Denotes Research classes|
In addition to holding a master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, the requirements of the program include:
- Admission to the program.
- Advancement to candidacy.
- Successful completion of 48 graduate credits at the doctorate level.
- Successful oral defense of a doctoral-level dissertation.
A maximum of nine (9) graduate credits of equivalent course work could be transferred from other accredited universities. A minimum grade of 3.0 (B) is required in such courses. Transfer credit is granted by petition to and approval by the Director and Dean. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate the petition and justify the acceptance of the courses. The Director and Dean will determine whether the courses are equivalent. Transfer credit is by permission only and not an obligation of the University.
Students who do not successfully complete all degree requirements, including successful completion of the dissertation, for the Ed.D. within eight calendar years from the date of acceptance shall be withdrawn from the program.