Organization & Leadership EdD

Virtual Open House on Feb. 6

Event attendees will meet with faculty, get help with application questions, and receive a $55 application fee waiver.

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The Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Organization and Leadership is a unique program for working professionals who see themselves as educational leaders transforming their organizations through a learning perspective. This program is developed for leaders who are motivated to transform themselves and their institutions based on principles of justice, democratic participation, and service.

Banner image: Dr. Danfeng Soto-Vigil Koon, Kim-Shree Maufas ‘18, Danielle Huddleston ‘18.

Program Highlights

  • Learn from faculty with diverse professional experiences and research interests who share a common commitment to social justice, engaged scholarship, collaborative leadership, and innovative practice.
  • Understand and critique systems of power to reimagine, create, and lead organizations based on principles of justice, democratic participation, and service.
  • Develop knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to become leaders in educational settings and community contexts.

Faculty Desiree Zerquera and student Martin De Muchas Flores

Research Spotlight

Faculty Desiree Zerquera and student Martin De Muchas Flores' collaboration examined administrators and policies at Hispanic-Serving Institutions where often Latinx students are considered one group. Their research challenges programs and institutions to change policies and practices that maybe informed from outdated research and past practices.