Fordham University

Fordham University offers an online Ed.D. that prepares students to become leaders in K–12 education who make a positive impact on children from diverse backgrounds. The program is shaped by three distinct pillars: social justice and ethics, scholarly inquiry and research, and problem-solving and design. Students attend live online classes, complete interactive coursework, and meet faculty and classmates in person at two on-campus immersions. The program can be completed in three years and standardized test scores are required to apply.

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Fordham Ed.D. Program Highlights

  • Prepares educators for leadership careers in K–12 settings
  • Social-justice-focused Doctor of Education degree
  • Can be completed in 3 years
  • Curriculum focuses on problem-solving and improvement science techniques used to create equity through education
  • Focuses on improving the learning experience for children from diverse backgrounds

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School of Education
Credit Hours: 50 credit hours to complete
Test Requirements: Standardized test scores are required to apply
Program Length: Ed.D can be completed in 3 years

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