Doctor of Education

Doctor of Education, Curriculum and Instruction Concentration: 63-Hour Program of Studies

The following presents a typical strategy for completing the requirements within LMU’s 63-Hour Doctoral Program of Studies, which is designed for those candidates entering the program with a master’s degree plus 30 hours or an EdS degree. This plan should beused with advice from the candidate’s major professor.

Courses on the plan may be scheduled during terms otherthan those indicated. This possible plan reflects required core, research, and primary concentration coursework.

From the above courses, plus 15 hours of coursework in one of the following secondary concentrations

Higher Education (EDHE)

Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15

Instructional Leadership (EDIL)

Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15

Six Terms or Two Years plus additional time the candidate may require to complete his or her dissertation (minimum of 15 hours). The program of studies includes 15 hours of core coursework; 18 hours in a given concentration; and a minimum of 15 hours of research related to completion of the candidate’s dissertation

Total Credits
63