Ph.D. in Education - Educational Administration
The Ph.D. in Education with an emphasis in P-12 Educational Administration is offered at the Building Level and at the District Level. It prepares graduate students to become leaders in the administration of P-12 schools and school districts to bring about change through an understanding and application of educational research. The Ph.D. requires a total of 54 to 69 hours of coursework beyond the Master's degree. Each candidate must maintain a 3.5 minimal GPA, pass comprehensive exams, complete 12 hours of research tools, and successfully defend a dissertation. Coursework leading to a Ph.D. in Education with emphasis on Educational Administration is available on the Gulf Park Campus.
A limited number of Graduate Assistantships are available each year. Assistantships provide full tuition and a modest stipend for full time graduate students. Application deadlines for Graduate Assistants are March 1.
Please contact David E. Lee, Ph.D. for program information.