Drexel’s Doctorate in Education - Washington D.C. Hybrid Program
EdD in Educational Leadership and Management, Washington DC
Drexel University, a world-renowned research institution, is now accepting applications for our Doctorate in Education (EdD) degree program in a hybrid online/on-campus format at our new location in Washington, DC. The Washington, DC academic facilities are located at 1400 16th St. NW Suite 320, just steps away from Dupont Circle.
EDD IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT HYBRID PROGRAM
The Drexel University EdD program is one of the top doctoral degree programs in the U.S. and was honored as the 2019 EdD program of the Year by the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate. Our hybrid EdD degree program includes online and once monthly in-person class delivery in Washington DC. Graduate students can benefit from flexible class schedules that include:
- Core courses taught one weekend a month
- Concentration courses completed online
WASHINGTON D.C. EXECUTIVE DOCTORATE PROGRAM CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Drexel University’s EdD program in Washington DC allows students to learn and collaborate with faculty in the nation’s most important educational organizations. Conveniently located mere blocks away from four metro lines, our space is in the heart of the city and offers a unique gathering space for busy professionals seeking professional development and training, as well as students looking for advanced degree opportunities. Student in the Washington DC Executive EdD program have the opportunity to work alongside accomplished and experienced professors while completing research in education just steps away from the US Department of Education and Congress presenting unique networking opportunities that cannot be found anywhere else.
EDUCATION DOCTORATE DEGREE CONCENTRATIONS INCLUDE:
Drexel University’s Washington D.C. Doctoral program is designed for professionals interested in careers within education, government, healthcare, not-for-profit, and other business management organizations, with several EdD degree concentration options to help prepare students to effectively lead strategies in today’s fast-paced, global environment. Some of our EdD degree concentrations through the Washington D.C. program include:
- Athletic Administration
- Educational Administration
- Education Policy
- Higher Education Leadership
- Creativity and Innovation
- Global and International Education
- Human Resource Development
- Learning Technologies
- Nursing Education
- Special Education Leadership
WASHINGTON D.C. EDUCATIONAL DOCTORAL PROGRAM CURRICULUM
Drexel’s unique doctoral program curriculum prepares students with in-depth knowledge to prepare them to be leaders in their field of study. Drexel’s team of EdD advisors work-one-on-one with students to develop a plan of study that meets their educational and professional goals.
- Plans of Study - includes a sample plan of study for each educational doctorate concentration area
- Course Descriptions - Drexel’s online catalog provides titles and descriptions for each course in the EdD program offered at our Washington D.C. affiliate location.
In order to graduate, all courses must be passed with a grade of B or better. In the fifth quarter, the comprehensive exam must be passed. In the ninth quarter, the dissertation proposal must be approved by the dissertation committee. In terms 10-12, students register for Dissertation. Under the School of Education's policy, students pay one credit of tuition but register for multiple credits. A minimum of two credits are needed in the twelfth quarter to accrue the 60 credits needed for graduation.
WASHINGTON D.C. DOCTORAL PROGRAM - TUITION COSTS AND FINANCIAL AID
Whether you are a Washington D.C. resident looking to advance your career in educational policy or looking to relocate to the Washington D.C. area, Drexel University can provide one-to-one financial advising to prospective graduate students through Drexel Central.
The costs for graduate students in semester and quarter programs depend upon the number of credits registered for each semester. Drexel Central lists the cost of tuition for all academic degree programs, including the Washington D.C. EdD degree program. The office assists and advises students and families in identifying and procuring financial resources required for study at Drexel.
Students are provided with a DrexelOne account, which allows them to check the status of their financial aid awards online 24-hours a day. Drexel Central has professional staff available on all three Drexel campuses who can help students address questions or concerns about financial aid applications, awards, and other financing options.
WASHINGTON D.C. DOCTORATE IN EDUCATION - PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY
To qualify for Drexel University School of Education's Washington DC EdD program, students must have a master's degree in education or an appropriate field. If you are interested in applying to the Washington DC hybrid EdD program can get started on your application by filling out Drexel’s Graduate Admissions application.
For application requirements, please visit our EdD Admissions page.
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE WASHINGTON D.C. DOCTORATE IN EDUCATION EXECUTIVE WEEKEND PROGRAM
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