Doctor of Education

Become a Doctor of Education.
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Become a Doctor of Education.

Within your skills and experience are the solutions to solve problems and do great things. Our program teaches you how to get there.

What will I learn?

You'll build your analysis, problem-solving and leadership skills in one of two concentrations:

In Curriculum and Instruction you'll learn to:

  • Build curriculum to meet the needs of diverse students
  • Identify the need for staff development and deliver it to faculty
  • Support and facilitate curriculum with the right resources
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of staff development
  • Explain standards and changes to diverse audiences
  • Use student data to adapt curriculum and instruction
  • Implement standards changes to curriculum and instruction
  • Use technology effectively
  • Evaluate digital educational programs

In Educational Leadership you'll learn to:

  • Plan, implement and manage organizational change using data to create a collaborative culture
  • Implement a shared vision of learning
  • Manage resources to provide a safe, efficient learning environment
  • Make ethical decisions
  • Understand and respond to political, social, economic and legal landscapes
  • Nurture and sustain a school culture conducive to student learning
  • Use technology effectively campuswide
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When are classes?

Our program is arranged in a cohort structure with a new group of students admitted each fall semester. Each cohort meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall and spring semesters. 

Many courses embrace a hybrid format with online and face-to-face meetings alternating over the course of a semester.

Summer terms call for concentrated meeting periods to allow educators to include vacation time in their calendars.

What are the admission requirements?
  • Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • GPA of 3.2 or greater on a 4.0 for your master's work.
  • Minimum GRE of 150 on verbal reasoning and 141 on quantitative reasoning within the last five years. (Or equivalent on the old scoring scale)
  • Minimum GRE score of 4 on analytical writing exam within the last five years
  • Two years of experience as a teacher or administrator (with teaching experience) in a public, private or higher education setting
  • Interview session with program faculty

Admission Deadline:

Admission deadline for fall 2016 is June 1.

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Location: Baker-Martin House
Phone: 817-531-4930
Toll Free: 1-800-580-8980

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Contact Us:
1201 Wesleyan Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105

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