Doctorate Programs in Education
NLU doctorate programs in education (Ed.D.) provide advanced training to practitioners, principals, superintendents, researchers and policy-makers. Over the course of three years, those seeking a doctorate degree in education will learn how to apply advanced theory to their daily practice, transforming the classroom — and the broader educational system — through strategic planning and compassionate leadership. At the annual Doctoral Symposium, candidates for a doctorate degree in education and recent graduates share their research findings and real-world experiences.
Our Ed.D. Programs
Learn more about NLU’s doctorate in education programs:
- Ed.D. in Curriculum and Social Inquiry
- Ed.D. in Disability and Equity in Education
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership
- Ed.D. in School Psychology
- Ed.D. in Reading and Language
If you have questions about our Ed.D. programs or you have any further questions about receiving a doctorate degree in education, please call 800.443.5522 or email us at NCEdoctoral@nl.edu. You can visit Graduate Admissions to learn how to apply as a graduate student.