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Applications for the 2014 Cohort are due by December 1, 2013 for priority review, and applications received after that date but prior to February 1, 2014, will be considered in the order in which they are received. Learn more details about the admission process for the EDLR Program by clicking here: Online Application.
Graduates of the doctoral program are leaders whose studies, professional experience, and research prepare them to live, work and make a positive difference in an ever-changing world. Students will come from a variety of occupational fields including (but not limited to) education, healthcare, business, theology, non-profit administration and consulting.
The Seattle University Doctorate in Educational Leadership is designed to prepare graduates who:
In keeping with Seattle University's mission statement, candidates of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The program does not discriminate against any person because of age, ancestry, color, ability, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status. The best-qualified applicants will be accepted up to the number of spaces available for new students. It is anticipated that a maximum of 22 students will be admitted for each cohort.
Admission to the program will be based on the following criteria:
Applications must be received by the stated deadline date(s). Representatives of the Governance Committee within core written material and transcripts, interview applicants and create a priority list for admission.
The Governance Committee will develop a series of standardized questions for use during the interview process. All material submitted becomes the property of Seattle University and will be maintained according to institutional records management practices.
In addition to the above detailed criteria, applicants must be able to find support for their research interests through the program's identified concentrations.
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