The Ph.D. in Education and Human Resource Studies, Higher Education Leadership Specialization prepares students to work as higher education administrators and leaders to address critical issues impacting college and university environments.
By centering equity and justice in the program's coursework, the student gains analytical research skills, critical thinking skills, and the application of knowledge to lead and transform higher education.
Structured in cohorts, this doctoral program provides a supportive learning platform for learners. It is delivered primarily online, utilizing synchronous video conferencing, with a limited number of on-campus components (dates to be determined by the program faculty).
Effective Fall 2017
|EDHE 771||Higher Education Leadership||3|
|EDHE 773||Student Development in a Collegiate Context||3|
|EDRM 702||Foundations of Educational Research||3|
|EDUC 709||Leadership Development||3|
|EDUC 710||Higher Education Finance||3|
|EDCL 701||Higher Education Law||3|
|EDRM 704||Qualitative Research||3|
|EDRM 705||Qualitative Data Analysis||3|
|EDUC 675||Analyzing Education Literature||3|
|EDUC 725||Professionalism in Education and Leadership||3|
|EDOD 769||Theory and Practice of Change||3|
|EDRM 700||Quantitative Research Methods||3|
|EDRM 707||Quantitative Data Collection Methods/Analysis||3|
|EDUC 714||Education Policy Analysis||3|
|EDUC 715||Critical Theory, Educational Equity Praxis||3|
|EDCL 750||Simulated Presidential Cabinet I||3|
|EDRM 792B||Seminar: Proposal Development||3|
|Program Total Credits:||60|
|Completed Ph.D. Coursework Total||60|
|Completed Master's Coursework Total||30|
|Program Total Credits:||90|
A minimum of 90 credits are required to complete this program.