Introducing a NEW Leadership Concentration in Kent State Online’s Ed.D. in Interprofessional Leadership
The 100% online Doctor of Education degree in Interprofessional Leadership at Kent State University allows for the study of leadership from an interprofessional perspective that is framed around questions of equity, ethics, and social justice to bring about solutions to complex problems of practice.
This degree now has six concentrations, including athletic training, cultural foundations, curriculum & instruction, educational technology, special education, and introducing the newest concentration, leadership in educational contexts. The new Ed.D. leadership concentration provides education in multidisciplinary perspectives on leadership throughout various educational contexts.
The program prepares leaders who can construct and apply knowledge to make a positive difference in the lives of individuals, families, organizations, and communities. Students apply their learning to their organizations and professional practice to analyze problems and use multiple frames to develop meaningful solutions.
Leadership in Educational Context Concentration
The leadership in educational contexts concentration prepares students to lead positive change through their work as ethical and social justice-oriented scholarly practitioners.
Concentration coursework focuses on advanced leadership theories and skills and sociocultural contexts of education organizations and systems. This concentration is appropriate for leaders and emerging leaders in higher education, PK-12 schooling, and other organizations where non-formal, informal, and/or formal education occurs. The program assists these leaders in advancement and their fields through growing knowledge and skill in leadership.
This concentration seeks to engage students in working across roles interprofessionally to solve complex problems of practice. This sets Kent State’s Ed.D. program apart from other Ed.D. programs.
For more information on this new concentration and the Ed.D. program, please get in touch with Tricia Niesz, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kent State University’s Online Doctor of Education in Interprofessional Leadership
The online Doctor of Education degree in Interprofessional Leadership promotes the study of leadership from an interprofessional perspective. Our approach is framed around questions of equity, ethics, and social justice and focuses on developing solutions to complex problems of practice.
The Ed.D. degree in Interprofessional Leadership is cohort-based, starting in the summer term, with students taking three to four years to complete the degree. Students apply to a concentration for specialized study. Examples of concentrations include special education, educational technology, curriculum and instruction, athletic training education, leadership in educational contexts, and cultural foundations of education.
For more information about Kent State’s Online Doctor of Education in Interprofessional Leadership degree, visit https://onlinedegrees.kent.edu/degrees/doctor-of-education-interprofessional-leadership