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Please visit the EdD Professional Educational Practice webpage for step-by-step instructions: www.coe.hawaii.edu/academics/edd/ The application process is has two required steps: 1) Graduate Division: www.manoa.hawaii.edu/graduate/ 2) College of Education EdD Program https://makalei.coe.hawaii.edu/student Application Deadline: November 01, 2019
There are several differences. First, the aims of the two degrees are different. The PhD is a degree for those who wish to become university researchers in the field of education. The EdD degree in professional practice is for career professionals (teacher leaders, school administrators, clinical faculty, etc) who are looking for an advanced degree … read more of What is the difference between the professional practice degree and the PhD degree in the college of education?
Based on current (EdD) tuition rates for residents, the cost of the program is $44,864.00 ($701/credit x 64 credits). Program costs may change and are associated with the official tuition schedule (see http://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/myuh/fees2019.asp). In addition, there are costs associated with books, software, travel, and other incidentals.
Yes, a dissertation is required and is one of two major written publications (the other is the consultancy project) required for completion of this program. This EdD’s DiP– Dissertation in Practice–orients students to apply research and theory to resolving a problem of practice. Students formulate this problem, review relevant literature/research, and design and implement an … read more of Will I be required to write a dissertation?
Not at this time.
EdD students are normally full-time employees, usually in educational (e.g. UH, DOE, Independent) and/or community organizations in Hawaiʻi.
Not available at this time.
Yes, students may apply for scholarships, financial aid, and/or student loans through the following link– http://www.hawaii.edu/fas/mymanagement/summer.php (note: this is a summer online application). Please complete the 2019-2020 application process; this will include starting the program in Summer, 2020.