When engaged minds come together, great things happen. That is what people are saying about Delaware Valley University for preparing accomplished, practicing school leaders to assume greater leadership positions with a Doctor of Education in educational leadership degree.
Developed by a former Bucks County superintendent, the degree will prepare you to guide organizations in a rapidly changing world, through a practice-based approach. The program will offer rich intellectual and theoretical background combined with many applied experiences. You will be encouraged to identify their own interests and related job experiences to build a research agenda. A post-master’s superintendent letter of eligibility certification program is available for students seeking the required coursework for eligibility without the doctoral degree.
This cohort-model program is designed to be completed with 60 credits in three years (two courses per each fall, spring and summer semester).