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After earning a master’s degree, some students go on to pursue a Doctor of Education. This degree trains educators in specific concentrations such as early childhood or curriculum development, opening doors to more career opportunities.

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Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership

Texas Tech University Worldwide eLearning
Online Full time 96 - 99 hours January 2019 USA USA Online

The program's primary focus is the preparation of leaders who are reflective professionals developing a vision and acquiring skills to reform, renew, and improve schools and school systems that cultivate democratic learning communities that value social justice and equity. [+]

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership

Texas Tech University's Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership is designed to prepare key leaders in school districts and college or university faculty. The program's primary focus is the preparation of leaders who are reflective professionals developing a vision and acquiring skills to reform, renew, and improve schools and school systems that cultivate democratic learning communities that value social justice and equity.

Program Overview

The Program is designed to prepare executive school leaders who can identify and implement research-based solutions to high-leverage problems of practice within a PreK-12 school district context. In a three-year sequence of defined courses concluding with a problem of practice dissertation, participants will deepen their abilities to lead instructional change, identify problems of practice, and implement interventions in their local educational organizations to improve student achievement.... [-]


Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education

Texas Tech University Worldwide eLearning
Online Full time August 2019 USA USA Online

Would you like to pursue a doctoral degree wherever you may be? It is possible if you seek a Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education through a joint program offered by Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University. [+]

Joint Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education

Would you like to pursue a doctoral degree wherever you may be? It is possible if you seek a Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education through a joint program offered by Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University. The Admission review takes place every two years. The application process for Fall 2017 is now closed. Fall 2019 review process will open January 1, 2019.

Program Overview

This unique, innovative, and first-of-its-kind joint program was approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) in 2000 with the induction of 20 mid-career professionals from Texas. We have inducted individuals from various countries and many states across the U.S. such as Arizona, California, Georgia, Indiana, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Graduates are in a variety of instructional, supervisory, and administrative positions across the education and training professions. We are now completing students from the sixth cohort.... [-]


Doctor of Education in Higher Education

Texas Tech University Worldwide eLearning
Online Full time September 2018 USA USA Online

The Ed.D. in Higher Education with a concentration in Community College Administration or Higher Education Administration is the only predominantly online program available within Texas public universities in the program area of higher education. [+]

Doctor of Education in Higher Education

The Ed.D. in Higher Education with a concentration in Community College Administration or Higher Education Administration is the only predominantly online program available within Texas public universities in the program area of higher education. Texas Tech makes continuing your education possible, no matter where “here” is.

Program Overview 60 credit hours above Master's degree Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree, master's degree and a minimum of three years of full-time professional experience in either a public or private two-year or four-year higher education institution or state or federal educational agency serving higher education. Applicants must show a clear connection to higher education. Professional experience is defined as holding a mid-level administrator position (minimum level of coordinator or specialist) or higher in an institution or agency of higher education. Adjunct teaching and work as a student while seeking a degree does not constitute professional, full-time experience. Full-time faculty positions do constitute professional experience. Delivery Methods ... [-]