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1 Educational Leadership Doctor of Education Program Application Guidelines College of Education Graduate Education and Research Texas Tech University Box Lubbock, TX (806) Fax (806)

2 Educational Leadership Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Application Guidelines Program Overview The Educational Leadership doctoral program at Texas Tech University prepares candidates for leadership in school districts and colleges or universities. The program produces reflective professionals who possess a vision for school renewal and a portfolio of organizational change skills, including an emphasis on developing democratic learning communities that value social justice and equity. Students must meet the requirements of the Graduate School, the College of Education, and the Educational Leadership Program for admission. Requirements for application: 1) A master s degree in education or a related field and a minimum of one (1) year successful performance in one or more administrative and/or supervisory school leadership positions. 2) Application to the Graduate School and the College of Education at Texas Tech University Graduate Faculty Clint Carpenter, Ed.D x 273 Educ. Room 306 Assistant Professor Joseph Claudet, Ph.D (cell) Educ. Room 311 Associate Professor Program Coordinator Contact person: Master s Program and Principal Certification Fred Hartmeister, J.D., Ed.D., MBA x225 Educ. Room 376 Professor of Education and Law Contact person: Superintendent s Program JoAnn Franklin Klinker, Ph.D x 238 Educ. Room 313 Associate Professor Contact Person: Doctoral Program Contact Person: Institute for Leadership and School Improvement Sylvia Mendez-Morse, Ph.D x 367 Educ. Room 307 Associate Professor Fernando Valle x231 Educ. Room 216 Assistant Professor 2

3 Admissions and Advisement Procedures The Graduate School To join us, follow the simple two steps below. 1) First, you must apply to the Graduate School at or at Here is what needs to be submitted to the Graduate School. a) An application to the Graduate school. b) Official transcripts c) Official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores. Applicants can take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) through the Testing and Evaluation Center in West Hall on the TTU campus or at other authorized testing locations. Consult the Graduate School web site for other possible requirements. The GRE is a EDLD requirement, not a Graduate School requirement. However, the official scores must be submitted to the Graduate School. 2) Be admitted to the Graduate School The College of Education, Educational Leadership Program 3) Second, apply to the College of Education EDLD program at Submit all EDLD program materials to this site. Here is what needs to be submitted to the EDLD program: a) an up-to-date professional resume. b) three letters of recommendation, c) a statement of professional goals that should include reasons why you want are interested in the program, a discussion of your research, publications, presentation materials, leadership activities, and receptivity to new ideas. (See recommendations for content of these application sections in Appendix A.) d) A professional portfolio that includes examples of your scholarly work, leadership activities, and receptivity to new ideas (see Appendix A) The EDLD Admissions Process. The EDLD program admits students as part of cohorts or groups who will study together for several years. This feature of the program also allows the program to meet minimum enrollment standards. The program faculty review only complete applications. Applicants must adhere to the following timeline: Applicant completes the application by October 15 th of each year Graduate School and EDLD applications must be complete. The EDLD Program reviews applications for the first time in late October. i) The EDLD program will ask selected applicants to submit additional materials, including but not limited to a writing sample and video. The EDLD program reviews these applications in mid-november. ii) The purpose of the writing sample is to enable the applicant to demonstrate his/her ability to a) synthesize or compare key ideas across a sample of current research and best practice literature; b) discuss differences in viewpoints and omissions of key ideas or viewpoints in this sample of current research and best practice literature; c) critically examine pertinent connections between the research and best practice literature and a situational case; and d) draw implications for professional practice and future research. Faculty members will conduct a holistic review of the candidate s potential for successful doctorallevel work and the fit between the goals of the candidate and the mission and vision of the program. By December 1, the EDLD program will select new students for the program and recommend them to the Graduate School for admission to the program. Barring unexpected or extenuating circumstances, applicants submitting admissions material in the fall will be notified by December for full admission into courses beginning spring semester. 3

4 Notification of acceptance. Office of Graduate Admissions at the Graduate School will send an official letter of rejection or acceptance to applicants. The EDLD Program Coordinator and the Associate Dean of the College of Education also send letters. Appeal process. Applicants not accepted into the doctoral program in Educational Leadership may appeal the Educational Leadership program faculty s decision as noted in the letter of rejection. The first level of appeal is to reapply to the program, addressing the program faculty s reasons for rejection as delineated in the notification of the rejection letter. Within six weeks, the Program Coordinator will respond. If the EDLD program rejects an applicant a second time, the next level of appeal is to the College of Education Graduate Academic Affairs Committee (GAAC). In making an appeal to this committee, the applicant must address the Educational Leadership program faculty s reasons for rejection as defined in the letters mentioned above. If the GAAC denies the applicant s appeal, there is no further recourse for admission Additional Information and Suggestions Other important issues such as registration, financial assistance, ethics, and appeals procedures are outlined in the Texas Tech University Graduate Catalog, College of Education Doctoral Student Handbook, and the Education Student Handbook[.need links to these documents] What Happens After Acceptance Upon admission into the program, you are appointed a temporary chair who assists you with the process of developing a degree plan and registering for approved courses. Generally, you will take two classes a semester for a period of 2-3 years, and you will begin your studies in two classes spring semester after the fall semester acceptance. (See Doctoral Program of Studies below.) Financial aid. Information about financial aid is available from the university s website at You need to contact the TTU Financial Aid Office. Go to this link: Additionally, see our web site at Degree plan. Contact your temporary faculty advisor to set up a temporary degree plan so that you have a road map of courses to take. Graduate courses taken at other institutions are included as a part of the degree plan. After you choose a chair, the chair may modify the degree plan. Transfer credit. The EDLD program considers work completed in the doctoral program from another recognized graduate school. The program accepts these courses on the recommendation of your doctoral advisory committee. Transfer work may not reduce the course requirements. You normally can transfer in hours of credit you have taken in educational leadership from other universities. TTU requires that students take a minimum of 42 hours of graduate-level courses at TTU as well as the 12 (8000) hours of dissertation. In no case can transfer credit reduce the minimum residence requirements. (Information concerning residence requirements is available in the current TTU graduate catalog.) Continuation of enrollment. The Graduate School requires that admitted students register in the term following admission. Any student who fails to register during any one-year period prior to graduation, and who does not have an official leave of absence from study granted by the EDLD program and the Graduate School, will be required to apply for re-admission to the EDLD program, according to the procedures and standards in effect at the time of reconsideration. Doctoral residency. This is ensured through the cohort s program of studies. You must be enrolled for four consecutive semesters with six semester hours of graduate study each term. Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Program of Studies The Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership is a credit hour program, which includes a minimum of semester hours of dissertation research (8000 hours). The course of study includes an 4

5 appropriate master s degree and other graduate credit (e.g., Principal/Mid-Management certification). The Graduate School and the EDLD program faculty, on a case-by-case basis, must approve exceptions for course work older than 10 years at the time admission is approved. Your temporary advisor evaluates previous graduate work and graduate credit earned at another institution. Core Curriculum 24 hours College of Education Foundation Core (9 hours) These are courses that have been designated by the EDLD program faculty as necessary for the program of studies within the EDLD program. They may include but are not limited to the following as examples of what may be included. EDCI 5320 Curriculum Theory: Foundations EPSY 5323 Cultural Foundations of Education EPSY 5310 Philosophy of Education EPSY 5314 History of Education EPSY 5331 Human Development in Education EPSY 5332 Educational Psychology Other courses as designated by the EDLD Program faculty Research and Statistics Core (15 semester hours) EPSY 5380 Introduction to Educational Statistics EPSY 5381 Intermediate Educational Statistics EPSY 5382 Qualitative Research in Education EPSY 6301 Advanced Data Analysis EPSY 6302 Survey Research in Education EPSY 6304 Qualitative Research Methods EPSY 6305 Qualitative Data Analysis in Education Major (45 semester hours) General Core (21 semester hours) EDLD 5306 School-Based Leadership EDLD 5310 Instructional Supervision EDLD 5330 Staff Development EDLD 5340 Educational Law EDLD 5350 School Personnel and Fiscal Resources EDLD 5351 Communication for School Leaders EDLD 5361 Process of Educational Change EDLD 5380 The Superintendent and Educational Governance EDLD 5381 School District Resource Management EDLD 5382 The Superintendency, Organizational Politics and Legal Issues EDLD 5391 School and Community EDLD 5392 Principal Internship in Education EDLD 5394 Superintendency Internship in Education Advanced Core (21 semester hours) EDLD 6001 Advanced Study of Special Topics in Educational Administration EDLD 6300 Organizational Theory in Education (required) EDLD 6310 Educational Leadership Ethics EDLD 6321 Educational Finance EDLD 6330 Educational Leadership, Democracy, and Schools (required) EDLD 6340 Educational Policy and the Law (required) (or) EDLD 6341 Legal Issues with Special Populations EDLD 6351 Organizational Communication in Education (required) EDLD 6361 Doctoral Seminar in Educational Administration EDLD 6380 Contemporary Perspectives of Educational Leadership EDLD 6385 Research in Educational Administration 5

6 EDLD 6392 Doctoral Internship in Educational Leadership EDLD 7000 Research Dissertation Hours (12 semester hours of 8000) Minor or related fields (15 semester hours) In addition to the core requirement, the Doctor of Education degree program allows a minimum of 15 hours in a minor or related field. You are allowed to have a selection of courses that permits him or her to have more flexibility in their major area of emphasis. If there is no minor or related field, 15 hours are added to the major. Minor. Courses in a clearly defined area of study. If you want to include a minor in the doctoral degree plan, there must be a representative from the minor area of study on the doctoral advisory committee, and the qualifying exam must include a focus on the minor area of study. Related fields. Courses from several areas of study. If you select related fields courses, there does not have to be a representative from the related fields on the doctoral advisory committee. Including a focus in the related fields on the qualifying exam is optional. After Program of Studies Now What? Choosing a dissertation committee chair. You make this decision after having had a course with all members of the EDLD faculty. This assures two things: time for you to know what the faculty member s interests are regarding a dissertation theme and time spent with all faculty members to assess faculty as candidates for the chair position. Qualifying examination. After completing all course work, you must pass a qualifying examination. The qualifying examination requires synthesis and application of knowledge acquired during the course of study for the doctoral degree in Educational Leadership. You may take this examination after receiving approval of the degree plan from the Dean of the Graduate School and completing most of the course work prescribed by the degree plan. Enrollment in 8000 hours begins with the qualifying exam. The dissertation committee judges the qualifying examination on a pass/fail basis. At the discretion of the advisory committee, the committee may ask you to complete an oral examination to provide additional evidence of the ability to synthesize and apply knowledge of Educational Leadership and/or the minor or related field. If you fail, the qualifying examination can be repeated once after a lapse of at least four months. Once you pass the qualifying examination, the Graduate School admits you to candidacy, upon the recommendation of the advisor s committee. The chair of the committee submits this application for candidacy. You will have four years to complete the dissertation after admission to candidacy by the Graduate Council. The program makes any required accommodations for students with disabilities to take the qualifying examination. The student must provide official documentation from TTU Student Disability Services. The student should discuss individual needs with the chair of the advisory committee to arrange needed accommodations. Dissertation proposal, IRB, and the dissertation, and oral defense. After successfully passing the doctoral qualifying examination, you are eligible to present a formal proposal for the dissertation research to the doctoral advisory committee and other interested faculty and students. The proposal defense contains information on the first three chapters of the dissertation. Once approved by the dissertation chair and committee, you submit a proposal for study to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) which approves all research conducted with human subjects at Texas Tech University. You must have IRB approval before you begin research. The final product, the dissertation, a work of original research or creative scholarship, must be defended in an oral defense administered and evaluated by the major professor and the doctoral advisory committee. 6

7 Statement of intention to graduate. Your last step before the defense is to file a Statement of Intention to Graduate and pay graduation fees. Since specific deadlines exist for filing forms and paying fees, please contact the Texas Tech Graduate School for additional information including dates for graduation. After all this work, you do not want to miss being hooded by your chair in front of family and friends who understand you have accomplished something worthwhile. The Graduate School timelines, forms, and steps. Please consult The Graduate School web page at for important information about deadlines for defending, forms for defending and important steps in the process of completing the dissertation. APPENDIX A College of Education On-Line Application Requirement Content Application Sections Content 3 Letters of Each should contain (1) information about letter writer, context in which letter Recommendation writer has known and/or worked with candidate; (2) examples and evaluation of candidate s commitment to excellence (activities and behaviors); (3) examples and evaluation of moral purpose and educational values; (4) examples and evaluation of leadership abilities, and (5) examples and evaluation of candidate s interpersonal skills. Resume Contact information; education; professional experience; honors and awards; publications/presentations (if any); professional organization membership; consulting or advisory activities Applicant Statement The candidate should discuss his/her reasons for pursuing a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership; the relationship of the degree to the candidate s current position and career goals; and the candidate s career vision five years into the future. Professional Portfolio 1. Research, Publications, Presentations (if any): Selection of up to three items with information about why these items are showcased, what they represent in terms of candidate s professional activities and development, and what role candidate played. 2. Leadership Activities: Selection of up to three leadership activities with information about why these activities are showcased, what they represent in terms of candidate s professional activities and development, and what role candidate played. 3. Receptivity to New Ideas: Selection of up to three examples with information about why these examples are showcased, what they represent in terms of candidate s professional activities and development, and what role candidate played. 7

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