Educational Leadership

Degree: Ed.D.

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership with Superintendent Certification (LOE) program leverages the strengths of Millersville University and Shippensburg University to provide school district, state level, organizational leaders, and others with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to implement effective programs in schools.

Why Study This Program?

MU offers this doctoral program, which focuses on focusing on poverty and technology, in partnership with Shippensburg University. Both universities are highly regarded for their National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accredited education programs and recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for innovative teacher preparation and administrator training programs.

A JOINT ED.D. WITH MILLERSVILLE AND SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITIES

We leverage the strengths of our two universities to bring you the most cutting-edge program!

Program Highlights

  • 95% completion rate (well above the 50% national rate).
  • Focus themes of Poverty and Technology.
  • Hybrid course structure to maximize in person and online learning.
  • Scholar-Practitioner Approach.
  • Affordable tuition.
  • Combined resources of two universities.
  • Caring faculty committed to your success!

Millersville and Shippensburg Universities are highly regarded for their NCATE-accredited education programs and recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for innovative teacher preparation and administrator training programs.

FLEXIBLE PROGRAM FOR BUSY PROFESSIONALS

Our courses are delivered in a hybrid model combining online instruction and face-to-face instruction to maximize your learning and successful program completion.

What Will You Learn?

Cohorts of 14 to 16 Educational Leadership students examine major problems of practice while collaborating with university faculty and leadership fellows who are practicing experts in the field, as well as district-level executive leaders who serve as mentors. Coursework and experiences focus on the impact of poverty on student achievement and the role of technology in reaching larger audiences of students with effective learning strategies.

The part-time nature of the program and the accessible delivery make the program a great option for school personnel that are currently employed in professional positions. 

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