Fall & Winter
Available 100% Online: Yes, with a residency component
Winter 2020: December 2, 2019; Fall 2020: August 7, 2019
Winter 2020: December 2, 2019
Credits Required for Graduation
60 Quarter Hours (Note that requirements vary for Charlotte students)
The Doctor of Education program at Northeastern University is designed for accomplished, working professionals who are passionate about driving change through innovative approaches in education. The program fosters the students’ ability to generate knowledge framed around questions of equity, ethics, and social justice. Using continuing cycles of action research, students will advance their ability to innovate and implement solutions that may help initiate systemic change in their own professional context.
You’ll have the unique opportunity to:
International Students - All students who are admitted to the program will take classes online, as they are only eligible for the Boston/Online cohort.
A graduate program at Northeastern University enables you to create the educational experience that best meets your career and life goals. Recognized as a top 50-research university, we offer a dynamic learning environment, fueled, informed, and inspired by professionally-oriented, hands-on study.
Experiential learning. Industry-aligned coursework. Flexible study options. Plus, a global network of faculty practitioners, corporate partners, distinguished alumni, and fellow students. Together, these form the cornerstone of an education that’s innovative, yet relevant; practical, yet transformative.