The EdD program seeks to enroll students who will benefit from rigorous doctoral studies in educational theory and practice and who show leadership or leadership potential in their fields of interest.
At a minimum, applicants are expected to have at least three years of experience in a school or related setting and a master's degree with an excellent grade-point average.
The program seeks to enroll a diverse group of students in any one academic year. In order to meet this goal, the admissions committee takes into consideration area(s) of teaching, research interests, other professional activities, part-time or full-time matriculation and cultural background.
All applicants to the EdD program must submit the following materials:
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE: The deadline for applications to the EDD program in the Graduate School of Education is now February 1.
Application to the Graduate School can be submitted online.
Please see item #4 on http://www2.binghamton.edu/grad-school/prospective-students/how-to-apply/electronic_credentials.html to submit letters of recommendation, transcripts, application fee, personal statement, and résumé via the Interfolio electronic credential system.
Currently there is no requirement that students enroll full time for any part of the program, although they are strongly encouraged to do so. Several fellowships and graduate assistantships are available each year to full-time students.
Last Updated: 3/20/12