New Doctoral Program Launched
Students travelled from New York and Connecticut as well as Massachusetts. They bring a variety of backgrounds and research interests including: turn-around leadership, professional development for Nigerian teachers, and student services for traditional and alternative student populations such as single parents, students with learning disabilities, and veterans.
Members of the inaugural cohort of the Ed.D. program were welcomed
- with tips on becoming scholars by a panel of sage, Endicott undergraduate faculty members who are earning doctorates,
- by doctoral program faculty members eager to discuss interests and expertise,
- by the director of the Endicott Archives and Museum who engaged in a conversation about the importance of understanding institutional values, and
- by President Wylie ,who hosted a dinner at his Beechwood home.
Half-time students began their degree program with two courses: The History and Administration of Small Colleges and Research Methods I: Qualitative. Classes are offered every other weekend, face-to-face on the Beverly, MA campus.
The Educational Leadership program seeks to promote creative, entrepreneurial and flexible leaders for the 21st century. We are recruiting mid-career individuals interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills in educational leadership at the doctoral level. We offer a face-to-face, cohort-based learning environment and a unique apprenticeship opportunity.
If you would like to learn more about our new doctoral program please contact:
Jo Ann Gammel
Associate Professor and Director
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership program.
(978) 998-7753 | firstname.lastname@example.org