About this course
Graduates of the Doctor in Health Care Education and Leadership (Ed.D.) program will have expanded knowledge and expertise required to provide health care leadership in both academic and administrative roles. Graduates will demonstrate excellence in interdisciplinary communication, translational research and problem solving while providing quality health care education. The major coursework will supply a foundation in outcomes assessment, learner development, transformational leadership and brain-linked research, which strengthens the ability to implement innovative educational approaches. Graduates will have the skill set needed to assess, design, implement and evaluate a process or program utilizing change theory, conflict management and adult educational principles.
- M.S.N., M.S. or higher from an accredited institution
- Unencumbered A.P.R.N. license
- Current certification in area of practice
- One year experience as an A.P.R.N.
- Health and safety
- GPA of 3.0 (cumulative Master’s or higher)
- Official TOEFEL score (Minimum of 100 total score on the TOEFEL Internet-based test, minimum of 250 total score computer-based TOEFEL or minimum of 600 total score on the paper-based TOEFEL required)
- Transcripts from graduate coursework
- Curriculum vitae or resume
- Sample of formal scholarly paper (thesis, project or paper)
- Three letters of recommendation from faculty or professionals
- Essay (500 word statement of educational goals to include evidence of potential dissertation/residence project)
- Completed application and related fees
- Interview (face-to-face or via video conferencing)