KU's Education Doctorate in Transformational Teaching and Learning is designed to help educators transform education one student and one classroom at a time.
The KU Education Doctorate (Ed.D.) in the Transformational Teaching and Learning Program is designed to offer education to prepare educators who will ultimately transform their educational space to promote social change. Key elements of our program include:
The program is a cohort-based, blended delivery model that merges in-person and online instruction. Each cohort will study and work together over the course of the three-year program. The blended delivery format will consist of various classes with online webinars, discussions, assignments, and work-embedded tasks interspersed between meetings.
View the Ed.D. program handbook for detailed information on program structure, philosophy, course descriptions, Leader-Scholar Community design, and the dissertation process.
Student Learning Outcomes
Please direct any inquiries to the Ed.D. program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive more information on the Ed.D. program, please request information via the Office of Graduate Admissions. Please direct questions about admission and enrollment timelines to email@example.com.