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Doctor of Education in Educational Administration

The Doctor of Education degree in Educational Administration is designed for a K-12 public school administration emphasis. Our program is designed with the school practitioner in mind. The department encourages applications from candidates with strong academic achievement, scholarship ability, leadership experience, and commitment to education. This program is one of the largest in the state of its kind. As one of the only online Doctoral Programs in the state, we are proud to also be on of the best values in higher education. Program admission is competitive in nature. We accept two cohorts each year into the EDAD Doctoral Program. The deadline to apply through 'APPLY TEXAS' is November 1st for Spring and July 1st  for Fall. Additional documents may be submitted to the graduate school through the 15th of November & July. Applications will be reviewed AFTER the 15th of the month of each submission period. The document links below will explain much of the program. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

EDAD Doctoral Program General Information
EDAD Doctoral Handbook

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Melissa Arrambide (Associate Professor, Doctoral Program Coordinator)
Department of Educational Leadership