EAF Information Session – Higher Education Administration Ph.D. & P-12 Ed.D.
Join Illinois State’s Department of Educational Administration & Foundations (EAF) for information sessions on our doctoral programs in higher education administration (Ph.D.) and P-12 CPED (Ed.D.). Sessions will take place at Illinois State February 13, March 21, and April 4. RSVP is required.
For more information, contact Dianne Renn at dcrenn@IllinoisState.edu.
The Higher Education Administration Ph.D. empowers professionals in higher education to further their careers at the university level. Students will receive training on a variety of topics, including: organization and administrative theory; higher education finance, law, and history; identifying and utilizing appropriate technologies; constituent relations; diversity initiatives; and research practices and distribution. Classes take place four weekends per semester with an online component on Tuesdays. Most participants are part-time students who are employed full time.
The P-12 (CPED) Ed.D. builds capacity in aspiring P-12 leaders through curriculum and research focused on school improvement, equity, ethics, and social justice. Our dynamic coursework is aligned with the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED), a 100-institution collaboration that is equipping practitioners for the unique needs of diverse school environments. This program also includes the Superintendent & Chief School Business Official (CSBO) endorsements. Most classes take place on campus on Wednesday evenings. Blended and online delivery is offered for some coursework.