Doctor of Education (EdD) in Adult, Higher, and Community Education
Our admissions process is done in two phases. You must:
Step 1. Meet the doctoral admission requirements and apply online to the Graduate School. If you are accepted by the Graduate School, your materials are forwarded for step two.
Step 2. Meet the requirements of the Department of Educational Studies. The Advanced Graduate Studies Committee for Adult and Community Education, which determines admission to the program, considers the following:
The following application materials for the departmental review should be sent to Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, director of the doctoral program in adult, higher, and community education:
When all your admission materials are received, the program’s faculty members evaluate them. As part of the evaluation, you may be invited for a departmental interview. Following the evaluation, the director of the doctoral program makes a recommendation to the chairperson of the Advanced Graduate Studies Committee in Educational Studies. The department chairperson then makes a recommendation to dean of the Ball State Teachers College. The dean of the Teachers College forwards the department’s and college’s recommendation to the dean of the Graduate School, who makes the final decision and will notify you.
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