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Design Phase: Developing and Designing
Current Mission/Goals: The Center for Doctoral Studies in Educational Leadership’s mission is to prepare leaders with leadership competencies that can effectively lead in this changing global society and are able to work successfully in a diverse, multi-national environment. Doctoral students are educators who want to be effective leaders in diverse settings where the primary emphasis is on student learning and quality teaching. Students in the program engage in field-based research with schools or other organizations. Through reflective practices and questioning strategies, doctoral students create course projects and relationships to develop the leadership capacity of educational communities and enable them to sustain promising reforms.
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Expected Program Outcomes:
The program expects to learn from the experience of the CPED members and the provided resources. The expectation is to have high student satisfaction with the dissertation modifications and increased student publications and conference presentations. Students’ scholarly accomplishments will be tracked after graduation and highlighted for existing students through the college news publications and social media to encourage their program completion.
Expected Student Outcomes:
Upon completion of the program students should: