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Curriculum and Instruction EdD


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Doctor of Education (EdD)


As the more professionally-oriented degree, the EdD is designed for educational leaders who contribute to the field of education through their work in the field, developing curricula, supervising, and leading out in instructional improvement and school change. Additional program requirements for this degree include an internship (EDCI 799 ).

EdD Foundations: 5–6 credits


EdD Electives: 19–22 credits


Electives are selected by advisement to expand personal development within targeted outcomes. Examples of specializations and cognates for doctoral degrees are listed below. Please refer to the C&I Program Handbook for detailed information regarding electives.

Total EdD degree Credits: 92+


EdD Specializations and Cognates


Within the EdS, EdD, and PhD degree options, the following specializations or cognates are available:

Specializations
Teaching in Higher Education
Curriculum Leadership
Instructional Leadership
Teacher Education

Cognates
Educational Foundations
Educational Research
Religious Education
Educational Psychology
Educational Leadership
Special Education

* Beginning the semester after registering for EDRM 880 /LEAD 880 , candidates must register for at least 1 dissertation credit during each semester until their dissertation is successfully defended.