Curriculum: Ph.D. / Ed.D. (Community College Leadership)
This is a 108-120 credit doctoral program in Community College Leadership at the completion of which you earn a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education from Oregon State University.
Instructional methods include individual and small group projects, seminars and a professional internship. A portfolio and dissertation complete the program.
Course work includes:
- Organizations as living systems
- Instructional leadership
- Education and work
- History of higher education
- Professional ethics
- Leadership and administration
- Legal issues
- Research analysis and perspectives
- Educational finance
Classes are held one weekend a month at the Silver Falls Park conference center located near Salem, Oregon.
The CCLP focus is on the application of research, promising practices, and leading thinking to the opportunities and challenges of leadership in community and technical colleges.
Review of applications begins after March 31.
Admission requirements and process
Complete admission requirements and the application process are listed at the OSU College of Education website.