Doctor of Education in Higher Education and Organizational Change
The Doctor of Education in Higher Education and Organizational Change (EdD) degree offered by Benedictine University requires mastery of core theory and practice in the entire range of subject areas that is higher education. The goal is to produce effective practitioners who can use knowledge to achieve best practice in their areas of service. The content areas are taught by seasoned managers and administrators in the field of higher education. The overarching goal of the program is to develop academic professionals who can help make the critical changes necessary to keep American higher education the best in the world. This program is intended for practicing professionals who wish to accelerate their career path or who seek to join the higher education community from other professions. It opens the door to administrative advancement and teaching opportunities at the collegiate level, whether university, community college, for-profit or non-for-profit. This program is well suited for current K-12 teachers that want to move into administrative roles, education administrators that want to advance, and community college & Bachelor level instructors that want to teach at a higher level
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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Classification: Master's College or University I
Loans Offered: We offer a variety of federal, state and institutional financial aid programs. Each program has specific student eligibility requirements. In general, students must be formally admitted as degree-seeking and enrolled for a minimum number of credit hours.
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