Leadership in Urban Schools, EdD
The LIUS Doctoral Program develops leadership and research skills for teachers, administrators, and others committed to transforming urban schools. Central to the effectiveness of these new leadership techniques are abilities such as working in teams, identifying and prioritizing problems, developing solutions for multi-faceted environments, balancing stability and change, and understanding and using appropriate theoretical frameworks and research methodologies. Coursework and research in the LIUS program focuses on schools as organizations rooted in political, historical, economic, and cultural contexts. Consisting of courses that are offered in the evenings and during the summer, the program is designed for mid-career professionals who wish to continue working while they pursue doctoral studies. Who are LIUS students?
The deadline for admission applications for each of the programs is March 15th. To apply please Visit: http://www.umb.edu/admissions/grad/apply
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Student Advisement Sheet LIUS
For more information, please contact:
Joseph Check, Ph.D.
Wheatley Hall, 1st floor, room 77-K