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The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with an emphasis in Educational Leadership or Curriculum and Instruction is designed to accommodate the active lives of practicing professionals who wish to assume leadership roles in K-12 settings. The Doctor of Education degree requires a minimum of eighty-five (85) hours above the master’s degree, inclusive of dissertation and statistics.
Those individuals who wish to be considered for admission to the program should follow the steps listed below.
Application for Educational Leadership K-12, submit to Dr. Ruthie Stevenson, Coordinator of the Educational Leadership K-12 program. Application for Curriculum and Instruction, submit to Dr. Tommye Henderson, Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction. Please do not use paper protectors or sleeves. Place all materials in a file folder or binder. The portfolio will not be returned; therefore, copies of all documents should be retained by the student. The portfolio must include:
Application Deadline: Postmarked by September 15
Admission to the program is limited and is at the discretion of the Educational Leadership Screening and Selection Committee. Consult the Program Coordinator or the Chair of the Department of Teacher Education and Leadership for additional information concerning the cohort group selection process and specific program requirements.
Only applicants who have completed all components of the application process will be considered.
Dr. Ruthie S. Stevenson
Dr. Tommye C. Henderson
Dr. Cindy M. Melton
Chair, Department of Teacher Education and Leadership
Mississippi College Graduate School
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Mississippi College's physical address is 200 S. Capitol Street, Clinton, MS 39056.