Doctor of Education

Program Format
Hybrid|Online|
Curriculum
Entry Terms
Fall and Winter Quarter
Credits Required for Graduation
60 Quarter Hours

Overview

The Doctor of Education program offers a rich, dynamic learning experience—one that blends critical engagement with theory, practice, and research.

Providing innovative and engaging opportunities, our EdD further cultivates the skills and knowledge necessary to effect meaningful change in your organization. As a doctor of education student, you will collaborate with an accomplished group of fellow practitioners, exposing you to global perspectives and strengthening your ability to think critically about today’s educational challenges.

Students will complete most EdD coursework online with an additional required on-campus residency. For more information about this program and the cohort model in Seattle, please request additional program information.

 

 

Program Objectives

To learn more about our Doctor of Education, listen to faculty member Chris Unger speak about curriculum, our cohort model, and what to expect as an EdD student at Northeastern University–Seattle, click on the video below to open the resources :

 

Why the Seattle Program

Learn more about the benefits of the Dissertation in Practice model

Learn more about the Seattle Residency


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