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2022 - 2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022 - 2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EPPL - Executive Ed.D. in International School Leadership


The Executive Ed.D. in International School Administration offers an alternative to the traditional delivery model for the doctorate degree without sacrificing the quality education historically associated with William & Mary. Courses are taught in a completely online format that better meets the needs of working practitioners and is designed for educators with Master’s Degrees who are currently in administrative roles.

This program is excluded from the W&M Employee Educational Assistance program.

EPPL - Executive Ed.D. in International School Leadership


Summer 1 (9 credits)

EPPL 671 Comparative and International Educational Policy Studies (3)  

EPPL 672 Leadership in International Education (3)  

EPPL 602 Educational Planning (3)  

Fall 1 (6 credits)

EDUC 651 Inquiry I: Data-Based Decision Making (3)  

EDUC 653 Inquiry III: Program Evaluation (3)  

Spring 1 (6 credits)

EDUC 652 Inquiry II: Action Research (3)  

EPPL 604 Cross Disciplinary Perspectives in Educational Theory, Research and Practice (3)  

Summer 2 (9 credits)

EPPL 741 Critical Issues in Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment (3)  

EPPL 673 Intercultural Competence and International Education (3)  

EPPL 734 Seminar in Human Resource Leadership in Education (3)  

Fall 2 (7 credits)

EPPL Comprehensive Exam should be taken during Fall 2


EPPL 742 Seminar on Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (3)  

EPPL 690 Researching Social Processes in K-12 Schools (3)  

EPPL 781 Executive Ed.D. Program Research Seminar I (1)  

Spring 2 (8 credits)

EPPL 645 Executive Leadership in Organizations (3)  

EPPL 753 Leadership for Social Justice, Equity & Excellence (3)  

EPPL 782 Executive Ed.D. Program Research Seminar II (2)  

Summer 3 - Spring 3 (6 credits)

EPPL 801 Dissertation Study (1-6)  

Total Credit Hours: 51

Additional Graduation Requirement

Committee Approved Dissertation must be uploaded for publishing to ProQuest by the semester deadline established by the Office of Academic Programs prior to graduation.