Doctor of Education in P-20 and Community Leadership information sessions
Tags: March 10/2017
The Doctor of Education in P-20 and Community Leadership program at Murray State University will be holding information sessions throughout the region over the next few weeks.
The EdD in P-20 and Community Leadership program is designed to produce bold and innovative agents of change who lead P-20 initiatives that will benefit communities and organizations in which they serve.
The program is 60 credit hours and in designed to be completed in three years. It is cohort based and delivered in an executive style with participants coming to campus one weekend per month. The courses are hybrid in nature with face-to-face and online components.
There are four specializations: pK-12 Leadership, Postsecondary Leadership, STEM Leadership and Agriculture Education.
The information sessions will be led by program Director Randy Wilson. He will provide information about the program and how to submit an application for admission into the 2017 cohort. The cohort will begin coursework in August.
For more information, call Wilson at 270-809-3168 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EdD in P-20 and Community Leadership Information Sessions
- March 21 – Madisonville Community College, Madisonville 4 – 7 p.m. Brown Badgett Building, room 117
- March 22 – Todd County, Elkton 1 – 6 p.m. Todd County Board of Education Conference Room
- March 23 – Hopkinsville Community College, Hopkinsville 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Academic Building, room 158
- March 30 – Murray State University, Murray 5 – 7 p.m. Alexander Hall, room AL3101E