Indiana Ed.D. Student Affairs & Development Ph.D. Doctorate Programs
Education professionals may benefit from a Doctorate in Student Affairs & Development if they are interested in careers related to helping students. Potential careers in education for Student Affairs & Development Ph.D or Ed.D. holders might include school administrators, deans, student counselors, or school psychologists.
Review our listings such as: Ed.D. Adult, Higher and Community Education, or a Student Affairs in Higher Education (Ph.D.), or the Ph.D. in Higher Education & Student Affairs (HESA) Leadership.
- Muncie, INMuncie, IN
Ball State University
Students completing the Doctor of Education degree in Adult, Higher, and Community Education increase their competencies to work with adults in a variety of contexts such as: education, community based programs, social service organizations, government,...
- West Lafayette, INWest Lafayette, IN
The Curriculum Studies Program supports a philosophy of personal, inquiry-driven education. Students develop the ability to critically analyze current and historical developments in the theory and practice of curriculum.