Curriculum: Ed.D., Higher Education Leadership Management Policy
This program requires a master's degree upon admission and at least 45 credits at Seton Hall.
- Core Cluster designed to provide a foundation for the study of and practice in the field of higher education.
- Professional Cluster designed, under the advisement of faculty advisor, to provide a breadth of knowledge for the study of and practice in the field of higher education and corollary organizations.
- Research and Dissertation Development Cluster designed to provide students with research skills as well as ongoing support and feedback as they develop their dissertation proposal.
EdD doctoral students will be considered for matriculation after completing 15 core clusters course credits.
|ELMP 7765||Policy Analysis in Administration|
|ELMP 8891||Directed Research|
|ELMP 9993||Organization and Governance in Higher Education|
|ELMP 9997||Historical Development of American Higher Education|
II. Advanced Content (18 credits)
|ELMP 6102||American College Student|
|ELMP 6103||College Student Affairs Administration|
|ELMP 6105||Introduction to Intercollegiate Athletics|
|ELMP 7103||Special Topics in Administration|
|ELMP 7774||Comparative Study of International Ed. Systems|
|ELMP 7777||Diversity in Higher Education|
|ELMP 8981||Administrative Internship 1|
|ELMP 8982||Administrative Internship 2|
|ELMP 8984||Leadership Institute 1|
|ELMP 8985||Leadership Institute 2|
|ELMP 8995||Institutional Research|
|ELMP 9994||Faculty Personnel Policies of Higher Education|
|ELMP 9995||Financial Administration of Higher Education|
|ELMP 9996||Community Colleges|
|ELMP 9998||Curriculum & Instruction in Higher Education|
|ELMP 7000||Data Analysis|
|ELMP 8986||Qualitative Research|
IV. Advanced Research (6 credits)
|ELMP 8616||Intermediate Statistical Methods|
|ELMP 8890||Survey Research|
|ELMP 8894||Applied Quatitative Research|
|ELMP 8895||Program Evaluation|
|ELMP 9962||Advanced Qualitative Research|
|ELMP 9979||Dissertation Seminar in Higher Education I|
Dissertation Proposal: Students must have a documented, successful defense of their dissertation proposal, signed and dated by dissertation committee members. A successful proposal defense is a required intermediate stage of the dissertation process. More detail is in the department dissertation handbook.
Dissertation: Students must complete a dissertation and successfully defend their work with their dissertation committee. More detail is in the department dissertation handbook.