Executive Ed.D. in K-12 Administration & Supervision

Preparing bold educational leaders

The Executive Ed.D. in K-12 Administration offers an alternative to the traditional delivery model for the doctorate degree without sacrificing the quality education historically associated with William & Mary.  Courses are taught primarily by regular School of Education faculty members, in a format that better meets the needs of working practitioners. The program is designed for educators with master's degrees and currently in administrative roles.

The Format

Through a hybrid program combining online study with four weekends per semester and two week-long summer sessions in Williamsburg, most students complete the degree in three years. 

Our scholarly-practitioner model centers around the intersection of theory, inquiry and practice. Your coursework and research will complement your daily work — and will be enriched by deep collaboration with the expert community of educator-scholars you join.

New cognates available in 2018

Beginning in Summer 2018, two new cognates will be offered through the Executive Ed.D. program. In addition to the program in K-12 Administration, cognates will be offered in Gifted Education and School Psychology. 

Application Requirements and Procedures

Application deadline is January 15th.  Apply Now!

Contact Information

Executive Director , [[meconstantino, Peggie Constantino]],  Phone: 757 221-2323