Anderson University is launching a new Doctor of Education in leadership and learning degree program in fall 2021.
The program is designed to prepare working professionals to lead, teach and consult in the public and private sectors.
“Across many years, the College of Education has established a strong reputation of excellence in teacher preparation,” said Mark Butler, dean of the Anderson University College of Education. “We are motivated and delighted to build upon that foundation as we launch our Doctorate of Education, which will focus on equipping people to do the important work of leadership across the many facets of education. We are particularly excited to be able to offer this program utilizing an embedded dissertation model, which we believe will serve students well and set them up for success with a clear path to their doctoral degree.”
The degree will offer concentrations in School and Community Leadership and Curriculum and Instructional Leadership.
In addition, the program will be held in a Hyflex format, which offers the option for in-person learning at the University Center of Greenville or a fully online experience.
Students enrolled in this program will also receive an iPad technology package and have access to a variety of resources.
Doctoral students will conduct research focused on current, relevant topics in educational leadership with the goal of developing practical, solution-oriented applications.
For more information, visit online.andersonuniversity.edu/graduate/doctor-education-leadership-learning.