Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Innovation


Photo of University Hall where the College of Education is located.

Our doctoral program in Educational Innovation is designed for practitioners who work in varied educational settings.  It prepares educators to lead effectively in the teaching and learning environment, to advocate for solutions to problems, to foster innovation, and to be responsive to the evolving expectations placed upon educational systems.  Based on the Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate (CPED) principles, the 55-hour program of study includes 19 hours of core coursework, 9 hours in a concentration of choice (see list of 22 concentrations available), 12 hours in research, and 15 hours of capstone/dissertation in practice.  Students progress through the program as a cohort, and courses are taught face-to-face over six weekends each semester.

Earn your doctorate on weekends!

6 weekends per semester for 3 years

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   Dr. Megan Buning
   Dr. Molly Quinn

   University Hall, Suite 345
   2500 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904
   706-737-1497

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In order for an individual to be considered and then invited for an interview, the online application and all materials must be received on or before November 2. Cohorts begin only in summer term.

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