Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities
Molloy College

Program Details

The Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities program at Molloy College is intensive study of curriculum and instructoin, leadership development, and social justice and equity studies. Some of the learning outcomes include:

  • The ability to influence educational policy
  • Support ideals of reform and innovative changes
  • Develop strategies for fostering more productive learning
  • Initiate approaches for best practices

Within the online coursework within the cohort-based program, students learn to effect change and challenge iniquities in schools to make a real difference in communities and the next generation.

Requirements

This program offers a one week required residency and six credits of core requirements taken in a blended format.

  • Master's degree in education or related field
  • 3.5 GPA
  • Current teaching/administrative license
  • A minimum of three years of post-Master's employment
  • Personal goal statement
  • GRE scores
  • Writing sample
  • Interview
  • 3 recommendations

School Accreditation Statement

Middle States Commission on Higher Education