The University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies (EdD) program prepares you for the modern challenges facing today’s leaders in education, government and across the public and private sector. This rigorous, interdisciplinary program includes coursework from across the academic disciplines to produce visionary leaders who work across boundaries for positive change in their communities.
Application window opens June 1 for May 2021 EdD cohort.
- Rigorous and relevant interdisciplinary education experience
- 3-year cohort program with prerequisites – including previous Master’s degree
- Courses offered evenings during fall and spring terms plus intensive summer schedule
- Curriculum includes 14 three credit hour doctoral seminars, and the doctoral dissertation (12 credit hours)
Roger Jones, EdD
Professor of Education Leadership
Co-director of the Center for Education and Leadership
Associate Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies
Director of the Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies Program