Ready for that final step in your educational journey? Seeking the flexibility of online while connecting with a leading program in educator preparation?
The Doctor of Education (EdD) program offered at the University of Northern Iowa prepares you for that next step as leader and expert who will help transform today’s formal and informal education. You have the flexibility of:
- A cohort model (next cohort: fall 2022)
- A three-year plan of study, two courses per semester with delivery online and hybrid
- A 48-credit-hour program (24 hours professional core, 15 hours intensive study, 9 hours dissertation)
- Four intensive study areas (ISAs) to choose from:
- Allied Health, Recreation and Community Services
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs
- Educational Leadership (Superintendent, Principal and Special Education Director))
This revamped doctoral program is delivered in cooperation with Online & Distance Education. UNI is a proud member of the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED), a consortium of members committed to making Ed.D. programming rigorous and relevant for scholar-practitioners.
For more information, contact Oksana Grybovych Hafermann, associate dean, email@example.com or 319-273-6819, or the individual intensive study area departmental coordinator.
EdD Intensive Study Area Coordinators
College of Education Associate Dean Oksana Grybovych Hafermann oversees the Doctor of Education program in conjunction with Online & Distance Education and the Graduate College. The four program coordinators for the intensive study areas are:
- Allied Health, Recreation and Community Services: Kathleen Scholl
- Curriculum and Instruction: Laura Edwards
- Educational Leadership (includes Special Education Director): Matthew Townsley
- Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs: David Schmid
Laura Edwards, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Elementary Education & Coordinator, EdD C&I ISA
David "Schmiddy" Schmid, Ed.D.
Associate Professor & Program Coordinator, Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs
Kathleen G. Scholl, PhD
Department Head, Health, Recreation and Community Services
Professor, Recreation, Tourism and Nonprofit Leadership & EdD Intensive Study Program Coordinator