Student Affairs Administration and Leadership (Ed.D.)

 

Student affairs administration
and Leadership

Ed.D. Program

Our mission

To prepare student affairs professionals for advanced positions of leadership in diverse institutions

Key features

1

Designed for working professionals in student affairs and higher education.

2

Developed and facilitated by responsive faculty who are experienced student affairs professionals and online educators.

3

Focused on critical analysis of systemic inequities in higher education and advocacy of socially just student affairs practice.

Ed.D. FAST FACTS

5:1

 

Student-
to-faculty
ratio

 

No GRE requirement

 

Entirely online

No residency requirement

12-15

students per cohort

 

 

International study tours and internship opportunities

Affordable

Committed to providing affordable advanced education at only $700 per credit

 

54 credits

 

Collaborative

UWL Ed.D. Program participates in a collaborative with doctoral programs from UW Green Bay [First Nations], Stevens Point [Sustainability Education], and Oshkosh [Educational Leadership]. Students have the option of taking elective credits from these programs.