Educational Leadership for Social Justice (Ed.D.)
The Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Social Justice is designed for current and aspiring leaders who want to create a more just and equitable future in a variety of educational and community settings. Centered on values-based education, the curriculum connects theory with practice, equipping practitioner-scholars to lead meaningful change in their organizations. Our innovative three-year Ed.D. program is offered On-Campus or Online to accommodate working professionals while they acquire the knowledge and skills to become critically-conscious leaders ready to make a positive impact in education.
The LMU Ed.D. Experience
Leadership That Makes a Difference
This three-year program is designed to empower its graduates to lead the call for equity in community and educational settings. Our faculty and leadership are renowned for their advocacy work.
Watch our latest video featuring LMU School of Education Dean Michelle D. Young, Ph.D.; Professor and Interim Doctoral Program Director Dr. William D. Parham; and Associate Professor and Associate Doctoral Program Director Dr. Karie Huchting. They appeared in November 2020 on 97 The Wave’s Justice Now show to discuss how LMU develops leaders and how our Ed.D. program furthers the cause of social justice.
Leadership with Real Impact
Join a dynamic group of experienced educators and community leaders who advocate for the transformation of educational and community settings into just and equitable learning environments. Please review our Admission Requirements and Apply by the following deadlines: Online: September 30, 2021 | On-Campus: January 25, 2021