USI offers a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree in educational leadership with a focus on community-based education. The program is designed for professionals working in education or an education-related field. It offers two areas of concentration: administrative leadership (which leads to school district-level licensure) and pedagogical leadership.
The program is cohort-based, with Fall-only admission. Students take two classes each semester and one class in the summer. The program unfolds over four years. Years one and two
Applications for Fall 2020 cohort are being accepted with review beginning March 2020.
Applying for admission to the EdD program is a two-part process.
Part 1: Apply electronically through the Office of Graduate Studies.
The following should be submitted as directed on the Graduate Studies website www.usi.edu/graduatestudies
GRE Waiver or Official GRE scores (sent to Graduate.Studies@usi.edu). Scores from the past five years will be accepted. To apply for the GRE waiver, you must have at least three years of U.S. P-12 teaching experience. The GRE waiver application can be found at https://usisurvey.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5hisFxRUBL5GB7L
Part 2: Apply through the Teacher Education Department
The following materials should be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org