If you’re an education administrator dedicated to advancing the profession through quality teaching, research, and service, a doctor of education (EdD) in educational administration and supervision is calling your name.

Our program is designed to satisfy your licensing requirements in Indiana for the school superintendency; however, we’ve built in flexibility so you may design a program to meet your individual needs. 

This degree program consists of a minimum of 90 semester hours of graduate credit. 48 semester hours must be completed through Ball State. A master’s degree is required.

Mode of Delivery
Classes for this doctorate are offered online and face-to-face instruction in the greater Indianapolis area. Some courses must be taken on Ball State’s main campus in Muncie, Indiana.

Academic Advisor
Marilynn Quick
Department of Educational Leadership

Get Started
Learn more about how to apply and our admission requirements and course work for this degree.