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EDL 9990  DISSERTATION (1-12 credits)

The course provides doctoral candidates in Educational Administration and Supervision with a process to complete a dissertation research plan. The course learning activities will focus on the completion of a candidate's dissertation. The course is designed to allow advanced doctoral candidates to demonstrate technical mastery of the discipline and to advance knowledge by completing an investigation.

Prerequisite(s): Admittance to the EdD in Educational Administration. Department permit to enroll required. Not open to non-degree graduate students.

Educational Administration, EdD

The mission of the Department of Educational Leadership is to develop effective visionary, intellectual, and moral leaders who can cause positive change in education to promote the success of all students. The department’s degree and endorsement programs have a distinctive metropolitan education orientation. The Department of Educational Leadership offers a doctoral degree in education (EdD).