Course Listing

The 42-credit program is designed as a cohort model; courses are consecutive and are to be completed can be completed in as few as 24 months.

As part of the capstone requirements and the work on the Problem of Practice, you will be asked to apply what you learn to your professional work.

Please note: course descriptions and sequence subject to change.

  • Immersive Residency (Virtual)
  • EDLED-GE.3016 How Do We Learn and Why Does it Matter?
  • EDLED-GE.3006 Introduction to Doctoral Studies
  • Capstone Deliverable: Professional/Academic Goals

  • AMLT-GE.2053 Organizational Theory
  • EDLED-GE.3208 Management and Ethics of Data
  • EDLED-GE.3032 Leadership I
  • Capstone Deliverable: Autoethnography

  • EDLED-GE 3321 Management of Resources
  • EDLED-GE.3001 Research Methods
  • Capstone Deliverable: Problem of Practice (POP) Proposal

  • EDLED-GE.2355 Policy Analysis
  • EDLED-GE.3219 Quantitative Methods in Education Leadership I OR
  • EDLED-GE.3215 Qualitative Methods in Education Leadership I
  • EDLED-GE.3321 Management of Resources
  • EDLED-GE.3219 Quantitative Methods in Education Leadership II OR
  • EDLED-GE.3215 Qualitative Methods in Education Leadership II
  • EDLED-GE.3216 Organizational Change and Innovation
  • EDLED-GE.3195 Capstone I
  • Capstone Deliverable: Problem of Practice (POP) Draft 1

  • EDLED-GE.3033 Leadership II
  • EDLED-GE.3096 Partnerships for Leveraging Impact
  • EDLED-GE.3196 Capstone II
  • Capstone Deliverable: Problem of Practice (POP) Draft 2

  • EDLED-GE.3197 Capstone III
  • EDLED-GE.3198 Master Speaker Series
  • Capstone Deliverables: Problem of Practice (POP) Final Draft and Reflective Narrative

  • Capstone IV
  • POP Defenses (by candidate, pending completion of research and writing)

  • Capstone V (one-one-one advising, as needed)
  • POP Defenses (by candidate, pending completion of research and writing), Doctoral Convocation and Hooding Ceremony (NYU Washington Square Campus)