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The mission of the Educational Leadership Doctoral program is “to prepare effective leaders for an interdependent world”. This cohort-based program is designed to meet the challenging needs of leaders in K-12 schools, higher education, non-profit organizations, health care, social agencies, and business. The program may be completed in three years or longer.
The mission of the doctoral program in educational leadership is to "prepare effective leaders for an interdependent world." Our mission grows out of the College of Education's mission of preparing ethical and reflective professionals for quality service in diverse communities. The program mission is carried out through integrated program strands that are woven throughout the three year core sequence. These strands describe the leader the program strives to develop as: value centered, committed to service and social justice for the common good, professional, reflective, holistic, interdisciplinary, creative, visionary, scholarly, effective interpersonally and as a leader in organizations, and both committed to and possessing the conceptual knowledge and skills to lead in diverse communities and in an interdependent world.
In addition to these strands, three broad organizing themes provide a focus of study as students move through the program. During the first year, the development of self as leader is the predominant theme. The leader in organizations receives major emphasis the second year. During their third year, students study leadership from a global perspective.
For more information, please take a look at our Educational Leadership Doctoral Program Brochure.
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