Doctor of Education


The Doctor of Education [Ed.D.] offers concentrations in Educational Leadership or Curriculum and Instruction.  The Ed.D. program prepares competent, effective leaders with a Christian world view who will model high standards and assume a leadership role in the field of education. Leaders in the field of education are seen as those who assume a facilitating role in accomplishing the goals and objectives of an education system whether it be as a teacher, college professor, superintendent, principal, curriculum director, instructional supervisor or university administrator.

Liberty's Ed.D. is designed for the professional educator with a desire to achieve, and a capacity to lead, teach and learn. The Ed.D. is a sixty-hour program, including the dissertation.  A minimum of nine hours (three courses) must be taken in residence.

If you have questions or need more information email the School of Education at: soe@liberty.edu or Graduate Admissions at: gradadmissions@liberty.edu.