What Sets UM-Flint's Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Program Apart?
The EdD program at UM-Flint prepares you to become a confident, inspiring, and effective administrator in K-12 or higher education. Discover how our well-rounded program will help you achieve your greatest goals.
UM-Flint’s Doctor of Education program is specifically designed for K-12 educators looking to build upon their background and skills, as well as for those interested in administration roles in higher education. The program also prepares administrators at the building level who are interested in a central office position in a variety of areas featuring, but not limited to, Human Relations, Finance, Curriculum, or as Superintendents. Furthermore, graduates in the program can possibly pursue a career in higher education as a professor or administrator.
The program’s flexible, part-time, online/weekend format is designed to accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals and facilitate their success in the program. The EdD blends online coursework with an on-campus class held one Saturday per month, and is well-paced for candidates to achieve completion in as little as three years.
Fall 2020 on-campus meeting dates:
- September 12
- October 10
- November 14
- December 12
Listen to what one our students has to say about the EdD program:
All courses are taught by expert faculty who bring extensive real-world knowledge and experience to their instruction. As you complete the EdD, you’ll have access to local administration and curriculum experts who share best practices in leading classrooms and schools.
You’ll complete the EdD program with a small cohort of fellow students who share your passion for leadership in education. This cohort structure enables you to develop a strong support network for personal and professional development. Coursework emphasizes team-based project work that allows for networking while improving collaborative and communication skills.
UM-Flint is a part of the world-renowned University of Michigan system, making it possible for students to tap into additional resources at the Dearborn and Ann Arbor campuses.