BLS CATEGORY: Postsecondary Education Administrators
JOB GROWTH: 7%
Bureau of Labor Statistics job growth for postsecondary education occupations is projected to be as fast as average between 2021 and 2031.
*The Doctor of Education (EDD) will prepare learners to become transformational leaders who will strategically manage and lead complex educational organizations. The EDD does not lead to teacher licensure or any other professional licensure or certification.
The BLS Projected Growth for 2021-2031 is published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This data reflects the BLS’ projections of national (not local) conditions. These data points are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.
“Getting a doctoral degree is a bumpy journey but a rewarding one! What motivated me to keep going was my commitment to my education, my commitment to move forward with determination and discipline without giving up even when times got difficult. Studying at University of Phoenix gave me knowledge but also happiness, motivation and strength.”
MAED/AET 2015; EDD/ET 2020
“To be honest I never saw myself pursuing a doctorate. The journey brought tears and joys and terminal friendships. There were several twists and turns, but the experience and personal growth has been significant to my personal and professional growth.”
The program length is 42 months, but completing it depends on a few factors including whether you take breaks during your program.
Completing this degree can help prepare you to take on the most senior positions in the field of education, such as a school administrator.
Yes, all our courses are available online, including the doctoral symposiums. You take one course at a time over 8 weeks. You and your peers will engage in discussions, assignments and learning activities. Plus, you’ll learn from faculty who bring their own real-world experience. With several faculty members who have held positions as school administrators, you’ll learn practical knowledge and skills that are important to drive your career growth, help you lead institutions and improve academic outcomes.