One Degree. Many Careers.Walden’s Ed.D. programs are designed for educators who want to continue their practice while assuming influential roles in their schools and communities. The programs are built upon five critical components: teaching and lifelong learning, research and reflective analytical thought, leadership and communication, diversity, and collaborative social change. These critical components are the basis for the programs’ learning outcomes, as students develop expertise in various areas, promoting equity and excellence.

To review the learning outcomes for a specific specialization, simply choose and area of interest from the list below:

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    Edwina HudsonEdwina Hudson Suit ’07, was promoted from school to district after earning her doctorate.

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