Application is through Baylor Graduate School. On the linked page, create or log into an account to apply.
Building on Baylor's Christian mission, the Doctor of Education (EdD) in K-12 Educational Leadership is a cohort-based practitioner-oriented doctoral program for leaders of schools, educational systems, and agencies. Designed for the dedicated working education professional with weekend scheduling, the program prepares highly qualified practitioners to lead K-12 education institutions, while refining skills for executive positions in public, Christian, and private educational systems or agencies.
Accepted EdD candidates receive significant financial aid and pay approximately 50 percent of the regular per-course-hour Baylor tuition rate, which changes on a yearly basis. Tuition in the program is based on the per-course-hour rate in the Baylor University Graduate School.
The Baylor EdD in K-12 Educational Leadership uses improvement science tools to cultivate growth in various school settings through course performance tasks and dissertations. We develop visionary leaders to support flourishing educators and students in vibrant learning communities.
Baylor University School of Education is a member of the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, which is the knowledge forum on the EdD. It has a membership of over 100 schools of education in the United States, Canada and New Zealand working collaboratively to improve professional preparation in education at the highest level.
Are you looking instead for a more broad doctoral program offered online to advance your career?
Explore the Baylor EdD Online in Learning and Organizational Change.*
*Does not include superintendent preparation.