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School of Counseling, Leadership, Advocacy, and Design

EdD Degree in Educational Administration, Adult and Postsecondary Education

Domestic Students: GPA: 3.0 GRE: 900/291; 4.0 (analytical writing)

Deadline:

January 15 and September 15

Apply!
International Students: GRE: 900/291; 4.0 (analytical writing)

TOEFL: 550 min written or 80 min online, OR

IELTS : 6.5 minimum overall score

Deadline:

January 15 and September 15

Apply!

Completed applications will be considered after the January 15th and September 15th application deadlines

The Ed.D. in Educational Administration, Adult and Postsecondary Education, prepares graduates for leadership positions in adult education, postsecondary education, and related fields. This includes working as coordinators, directors, deans, and senior administrators at postsecondary educational institutions (community colleges, universities, etc.).

International Students: Welcome and thank you for your interest in our program! This program is delivered online. As such, the University of Wyoming International Students and Scholars staff are unable to issue I-20 or DS-2019 documents for international students enrolling in this program. Non-US citizens may still be eligible for this program. If you have questions about your eligibility, please email UWGlobal@uwyo.edu.

Either a TOEFL score or an IELTS score is acceptable. We require a minimum score of 80 for the online TOEFL exam, with minimum scores of 20 in each subset, and the score must be at least two years current. For the IELTS exam, we require a  minimum overall score of 6.5, with minimum scores of 6 in each subset, and the score must be at least two years current.

Program Details

This EdD program requires students to successfully complete 75-77 credit hours, depending on admission date. Beginning Spring Semester 2017, we welcome you to take up to six credits of required courses (two courses), no exceptions, as a non-degree seeking student prior to admission. Any hours taken can be transferred into your program of study if you are admitted within four years of taking the courses. All classes are delivered either online or through a blended format (online and audio conferencing). Ed.D. students have a residency requirement that consists of two annual meetings (one to two days in length) on the Laramie campus during the spring semesters.

    >>Click here to review the required course list for those admitted prior to fall 2017

    >>Click here to review the required course list for those admitted fall 2017 or later

    >>Click here to review a comparison of ADED and HIED courses

    >> Click here for an extended course schedule

The next Doctoral Student Mentoring Day is not yet scheduled.

 

Tuition and Fees

The University of Wyoming was ranked 11th in the nation for best value! Click here for details about tuition.

Additional outreach course fees: $25/credit.

    >>Click here to learn about funding opportunities

Relevant Scholarships:

How to Apply

There are two application deadlines for this program: January 15 for fall admission and September 15 for spring admission. Completed applications will be considered after the January 15th and September 15th application deadlines. Applicants must have a Master's degree from an accredited institution.

Step 1: Apply to UW and the program through the online applicant portal

  1. Click here to access the UW graduate applicant portal
  2. After completing the initial information page, you will receive an email from the system including a link and your temporary username and password
  3. Please complete the contact, academic, residency information, etc.
  4. Submit the $50 application fee
  5. Submit ALL required documents to the online document portal (applications with missing documents will not be considered)
    • Required documents for this program application>>Click here for Document Guidelines
      • A personal statement (five double spaced type written page maximum)
      • A current academic resume
      • Three letters of recommendation (use the admissions portal to request your letters)
      • Upload unofficial transcripts from all postsecondary institutions (official copies should be sent to UW Admissions)
      • Upload unofficial copies of GRE scores (official copies should be requested from GRE reporting and sent to UW Admissions)
      • Agree to admissions terms and submit your application

Step 2: Submit official copies of transcripts and test scores to UW Admissions

  • Official transcripts from all postsecondary institutions should be requested and sent to UW Admissions
  • Official GRE scores should be sent directly from GRE reporting to UW Admissions 
    • Address: University of Wyoming Admissions – 1000 E. University Ave. – Laramie, WY 82071

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Ellie Jessup
Office Associate

307-766-2366
eparr1@uwyo.edu

Dr. Sara Axelson
Program Coordinator
307-766-3608
saxelson@uwyo.edu

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