- A minimum of 30 credits of higher education administrative curriculum
- A minimum of 30 credits of research
- Comprehensive exams, both written and oral
- Juried publication submission or presentation
With an emphasis on applied knowledge and a specific focus on universities and colleges, you learn from renowned faculty and experienced higher education administration professionals.
- Provides a comprehensive doctoral curriculum that develops the competencies needed to successfully and ethically lead higher education institutions
- Develops research knowledge and skills to enable practitioners and administrators to become scholars/practitioners who expand the knowledge base related to higher education organizations, practice, and outcomes
- Instills and/or reinforces a commitment to the crucial engagement of diversity
- Explores ways to strengthen a commitment to access, learning, institutional mission, quality, and educational outcomes
Additional research course, if required:
EDRM 606 – Principles: Quantitative Data Analysis (3 cr.).
You may work on your dissertation in the Fall and Spring as required. Work can continue in Summer and Fall if you are not finished.