Concordia University’s doctorate degree program is designed to prepare candidates to become transformational leaders in education, ready to make an immediate and long-term positive impact in schools, government, academia, business, and not-for-profit organizations.
PDF The Influence of Mobile Technologies on Students in Higher Education: A Qualitative Descriptive Case Study, Donna Avery PDF A Multiple Case Study on the Implementation of the Bilingual Education Program in Private Schools in Oman, Florian Ciprian Baciu PDF How Community College Instructors in Louisiana Recognize Student Mental Health Needs, Rochelle Baldoz PDF A Grounded Theory Study: How a Virtual Organizational Leadership Program Impacts Employee Leadership Development, Charlene Banta PDF Perceptions of Educators Teaching Inclusion Classes in an Urban Secondary Environment, Nicole Bellomo PDF Fifth Grade High Suspension Rates and Classroom Behavior Management: An Action Research Study, Yvonne M.
Please see Internships and Directed Independent Studies and the Doctoral Student Handbook for more information about the internship and dissertation components of the program.
The Educational Leadership Doctoral Program is an innovative program featuring: For more information about application deadlines, please visit the Graduate School website.
Brabham PDF Attrition of African American Male Criminal Justice Students at a Southeastern Regional Technical College: A Phenomenological Study, Rorie T.
Bradley PDF Perceptions of Public Middle School Teachers About the Influence Their Personal Religious Beliefs Have on Their Professional Lives as Educators, Matthew Edward Brooks PDF The Efficacy of Postsecondary Vocational Curriculum in Preparing Students to Transition from School to Work, Peter Brown PDF Perception of African-American Adult Learners Toward Using Technology in Education, Kaira J.
Bell PDF Implications of Teacher Participation in a Professional Learning Community on Teacher Effectiveness, Jennifer Bertagni PDF A Case Study: Clery Act Policy and Implementation Strategies, Sara Beverage PDF Teacher Absenteeism: An Analysis of the Possible Correlation to Student Achievement in Math and English Language Arts, Lori E.
Bowman PDF A Qualitative Case Study Examining the Perceptions of Elementary Principals in the Retention of Female Versus Male Students in Rural Areas, Lindell N.
Pattman PDF New Teacher Perceptions - Mentoring and Coaching at a California Catholic School, Shawna L.
Pautsch PDF Changing Perceptions About Professional Development: An Action Research Study Using Andragogy for Educators’ Professional Development, Cynthia L.