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Program Contacts

Margaretta B. Mathis, Ph.D.
Senior Director, John E. Roueche Center for Community College Leadership, and Professor of Practice, Department of Educational Leadership
512-599-4322
mbmathis1@ksu.edu


Cynthia Tanner, Ed.D.
Assistant Director, Programs and Projects, John E. Roueche Center for Community College Leadership
512-599-4322
ctanner515@ksu.edu

College of Education
006 Bluemont Hall
1114 Mid-Campus Drive North
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5525
785-532-7304 fax
edcoll@k-state.edu

Ed.D. Program Overview Guide


Example Fall 2020 Start

FALL 2020
FALL 2021
FALL 2022
EDACE 851 – The Historical and Contemporary Community CollegeEDACE 922 – Policy Formation and Public ProcessEDACE 991 – Internship – Methodology and Doctoral Writing
EDACE 853 – Making Good on the Promise of the Open Door: Access, Equity, and SuccessEDACE 882 – Introduction to Educational ResearchEDACE 970 – Dissertation Development: Starting the Journey
SPRING 2021
SPRING 2022
SPRING 2023
EDACE 863 – Creating a Culture of Evidence and Inquiry: From Enrollment to OutcomesEDACE 924 – Effective Governance and LeadershipEDACE 999 – Dissertation Research
EDACE 920 – Educational Value Choices and IntegrityEDACE 855 – Aligning Vision, Planning, and ResourcesEDACE 930 – Implementing Leadership Competencies
 EDACE 991 – Internship – Supervised * 
SUMMER 2021
SUMMER 2022
SUMMER 2023
EDACE 857 – Effective Leadership TheoryEDACE 926 – Leadership for TransformationEDACE 999 – Dissertation Research
EDACE 861 – Fostering Desired Culture: Fundamentals and Strategies for Organizational DevelopmentEDACE 928 – Designing a Comprehensive Plan for Success 

YEAR 1 – 21 credits

YEAR 2 – 21 credits

YEAR 3 – 18 credits

* EDACE 991 Internship (Supervised) may be taken after completion of EDACE 882 Introduction to Educational Research. All Internships must be completed prior to defending the dissertation.

Note: Students applying for the Ed.D. Adult Learning and Leadership Program will be required to complete 94 credit hours, including a minimum of 60 doctoral credits (the difference may be from the master’s degree). When the Community College Leadership Program review has been finalized and the CCLP has been approved (anticipated in spring 2020), students will be offered the option to transfer to the CCLP and reduce the required credit hours to 90, with a minimum of 60 doctoral credit hours.