Quality program via non-traditional delivery
The new 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 The College of William and Mary. Courses are taught primarily by regular School of Education faculty members, in a format that better meets the needs of working practitioners. This format allows students to earn their Ed.D. degree in two and a half years! The program is designed for educators with Master's Degrees and currently in administrative roles.
Join us for information sessions:
301 Monticello Ave
October 8, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Washington D.C. campus
1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Ste. 810
November 1, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Registration for either session is now open.
The program includes two and a half years of coursework, delivered in summer sessions, weekends, and distance formats, as well as applied dissertation research. The three week summer sessions are provided at W&M's campus in Williamsburg during years one and two.
During the Fall and Spring semester, students will attend courses over 4 weekends per semester - 2 weekends per course. Courses begin on Saturday morning and run through Sunday afternoon.
Fall and spring courses utilize both the Williamsburg and Washington DC campuses and include additional online or distance modules for each course.
A practitioner dissertation model integrates dissertation content and preparation into regular course delivery throughout the program to allow completion of the degree in less than three years.
Application deadline is January 15th.
Executive Director , [[meconstantino, Peggie Constantino]], Phone: 757 221-2323