The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree program is designed to provide advanced study and research for educators interested in educational leadership.
EDUC9150 Introduction to Educational Research (3)
EDUC9160 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Educational Research (3)
EDUC9170 Advanced Qualitative Research (3)
EDUC9180 Advanced Quantitative Research: Analysis & Methods (3)
EDUC9200 Policy Influence and Development (3)
EDUC9300 Effective Leadership for Change Management (3)
EDUC9400 Advanced Data Analysis (3)
EDUC9910 Dissertation Research I (3)
EDUC9920 Dissertation Research II (3)
EDUC9990 Dissertation Writing and Defense (3)
The following courses are taken during a 2-week on-campus residency:
EDUC9500 Professional and Ethical Leadership (3)
EDUC9900 EDD Dissertation Proposal (3)
Total Credits: 36 semester credits are required.
Doctor of Education
$625 per credit - See All Tuition & Fee Info
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A passion for leadership and a commitment to excellence made the Ph.D. program at Northwest Nazarene University the obvious choice for me. The NNU experience is both professionally and personally rewarding, providing an alignment of vision, values, personal courage, faith and community.