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with specialization in:Adult learning and developmentHigher education administrationSchool psychologyStudent development administrationTeacher leadershipP-12 educational administration for principals, program administrators, or superintendents
This post-master’s program leads to the Doctor of Education (EdD) degree with a major in Educational Leadership. The program can be completed in three years, but candidates have six years to meet graduation requirements. The program is designed to meet the needs of a very broad spectrum of leaders whose current or future careers include P-12 education, higher education, consulting, nonprofit organizations, business, health care, military, and human services.
Educational leadership students may complete their degree while continuing full-time employment.
The program includes a common core of studies in educational leadership theory and practice, as well as courses, internships, projects, and independent studies oriented toward the specific needs of each student. Individual programs of study can include earning a Washington state P-12 superintendent, principal, or program administrator certificate.
For graduates of Seattle University's EdS degree in school psychology who are admitted into the Educational Doctorate program, up to 29 credits of the Ed.S. degree may be used to fulfill elective and/or cognate courses.
School Psychology graduates who begin the Educational Leadership program will complete the educational leadership core courses; the dissertation and dissemination requirements; and professional education courses which were not included in the School Psychology degree (finance, human resources, and curriculum).
The cohort program begins once each year in July. For more information, visit www.seattleu.edu/coe/edlr.
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