College of Education

Education (EdD)

The Doctorate in Education (Ed. D.) degree at Concordia University is for graduate students seeking to maximize their leadership and scholarship talents with the support of their colleagues, faculty, and instructional practitioners. The coursework blends leadership and scholarship learning through 18 content which prepare students to research, analyze, and write their dissertation. Each student is assigned a leadership coach to support and mentor them throughout their learning experience. The five dissertation courses are at the end of the program.  

ED 7040Leadership and Scholarship I3
ED 7041Leadership and Scholarship II3
ED 7046Leadership and Scholarship III3
ED 7063Leadership and Scholarship IV3
ED 7090Leadership and Scholarship Coaching I1
ED 7047Influences and Assessment of Public Policy3
ED 7080Residency I: Leadership and Problems of Practice3
ED 7048Organizational Theory3
ED 7091Leadership and Scholarship Coaching II1
ED 7065Quantitative Research Methods3
ED 7083Qualitative Research Methods3
ED 7067Organizational Resource Management3
ED 7068Solutions Based Leadership3
ED 7081Residency II: Dissertation Preparation3
ED 7082Research Development3
ED 7070Ethical Leadership3
ED 7069Strategic Advancement3
ED 7084Research Design3
DIS 7001Dissertation I2
DIS 7002Dissertation II3
DIS 7003Dissertation III3
DIS 7004Dissertation IV3
DIS 7005Dissertation V3
Total Credits64