Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Accreditation

Accreditation is what it sounds like: it’s a form of recognition that gives credit to a degree. And an unaccredited degree, like an overdrawn credit card, is just decoration. In the United States, there are two kinds of accreditation worth worrying about: institutional accreditation (which accredits the school in general), and specialized accreditation (which accredits specific schools or departments).

Featured Schools

School Name Program Name More Info
Baylor University Online Doctor of Education (EdD) degree in Learning and Organizational Change program website
University of Dayton Online Doctor of Education (EdD) in Leadership for Organizations program website
Capella University Online EdD (specializations: Adult Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership, Performance Improvement Leadership, Reading and Literacy) or PhD in Education (specializations in Leadership for Higher Education, Leadership in Educational Administration, Nursing Education) program website
Capella University Online EdS in School Psychology program website
Campbellsville University Ed. Specialist of Educational Administration (Principal, Supervisor of Instruction and DPP) program website
Campbellsville University Ed. Specialist of Educational Administration (Supervisor of Instruction, DPP, and Superintendent) program website
Arkansas State University Online Ed.D in Educational Leadership program website
University of Louisiana-Monroe Online Doctor of Education - Curriculum and Instruction program website
St. Thomas University Online Doctor of Education in Leadership and Innovation program website
University of West Alabama Online Ed.D. in Rural Education program website
Liberty University Online Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction program website
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