The mission of the Doctoral Programs in Education is to prepare practitioners to be reflective, ethical educators and researchers who contribute to the field of education. Program faculty are committed to creating a community of scholars through mentoring, engaging in collaborative research and maintaining a focus on sound educational practices.
The College of Education and Professional Development (COEPD) offers doctoral programs in education in both Leadership Studies and Curriculum and Instruction.
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The links, in the menu bar above, are resources for students, faculty and prospective students in the Marshall University Doctoral Programs in Education.
Applications for admission to the Ed.D. program are screened on a continuing basis. Prospective students should begin the application process at least a semester prior to the semester desired for admission.
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