The Ed.D. Program in Interdisciplinary Leadership consists of a minimum of 60 semester hours and a required master’s or equivalent professional degree. Students will tailor the Practicum experience and Dissertation to focus on their particular professional/workplace interests.

Ed.D. in Interdisciplinary Leadership Degree Requirements

Core Courses (21 credits)
ILD 801Leadership Styles and Reflective Practice3
ILD 802Leadership and Applied Ethics3
ILD 807Financial and Legal Leadership Issues3
ILD 803Strategic Planning and Management3
ILD 804Organizational Theory and Behavior3
ILD 805Administrative and Policy Leadership Issues3
ILD 806Change Theory and Practice3
Program Orientation/Learning Community (6 credits)
ILD 808Leadership Seminar I: Program Orientation and Formulation of Learning2
ILD 890Leadership Seminar II: Analysis and Application of Scholarly Literature2
ILD 810Leadership Seminar III: Portfolio Review and Dissertation Defense2
Research and Dissertation (18 credits)
ILD 812Research Design and Professional Inquiry3
ILD 813Research Design and Data Analysis3
ILD 814Proposal Construction3
ILD 899EDissertation1
ILD 899Dissertation Research8
Electives (15 credits)
Select 15 elective credits. Confer with the program for approval.15
Total Credits60