Ed.D. Meet the Challenge Grant
Taft University’s Ed.D. Meet the Challenge Grant offers reduced tuition for the first 25 qualified applicants to begin studies between March 1st and June 1st, 2018. Click here for more information!
THE TAFT UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
Ed.D. MEET THE CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM
William Howard Taft University has announced, that for a limited time, students who can allocate the time to progress through its Ed.D Program at an accelerated pace have a unique opportunity to save a significant amount of tuition. Normal tuition in the University’s Ed.D programs is only $420.00 per month, but a grant from The Taft University System, the parent organization of the University, will allow a number of students to complete the program at a discounted price of only $336 per month!**
Requirements of students who wish to take advantage of the grant:
- Must begin studies on or before June 1, 2018.
- To maintain the grant students must complete the program in 48 months.*
- Grant recipients must have a Masters degree from an accredited institution.
- Only new applicants who have not previously enrolled in a Taft Ed.D. program are eligible for the Grant.
- The Ed.D. grant is available only to the first 25 qualified enrollments.
Overview of Concentrations
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Leadership and Management – The Ed.D. L&M Program emphasizes course work in leadership and management in a variety of educational and public service settings. It requires no classroom or seminar attendance. The Program is of particular interest to individuals with public or private school teaching experience who seek administrative positions or middle level managers who are interested in moving into higher levels of administration.
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Technology and Leadership – The Ed.D. T&L Program is a practical, directed independent study program which emphasizes course work in leadership and management in a variety of educational and public service settings. The Educational Technology Concentration provides students with a solid foundation of advanced concepts in instructional design, management, laws and ethics, and emerging trends as they apply to the use of technology in a variety of educational settings. The Program is of particular interest to individuals with public or private school teaching experience who seek administrative positions or middle level managers who are interested in moving into higher levels of administration.
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Charter School Administration – The Ed.D. CSA a practical, directed independent study program which emphasizes course work in educational leadership and management with a focus on charter school operations. The Program is of interest to school administrators and individuals with public or private school teaching experience who are interested in advancing to higher levels of administration – particularly in the charter school arena.
- All programs are delivered 100% online with no residency requirements.
- All programs are supported by experienced and terminally credentialed faculty providing insights and feedback based on real-world operations.
- Complete the Program in as little as 27 months or take up to seven years.**
- Students may be eligible to defer existing Federal Student Loans.
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*The grant is offered by the Taft University System and will expire on June 1st, 2018. Tuition grant recipients are charged $336.00 in tuition per month. Students completing the program within the minimum allowable time period (27 months) can earn the degree for as little as $9,072.00 in tuition. Average time to complete the program is 40 months. To remain qualified for the grant tuition rate, students must successfully complete at least three courses every 12 months. Students who fail to meet the special course completion expectations of the grant, may continue in the Ed.D Program but will be required to pay the regular tuition ($420.00 per month) for the balance of the program up to 48 months. The maximum allowable time to complete the program is seven years, however, students in the program after 48 months will be charged the standard continuation fee of $125 per month.
** Students are responsible for the cost of required textbooks which may be obtained through a variety of sources. The cost of books/materials, which can be purchased from any source, are not included in tuition. The grant cannot be combined with other grant offers including PIPE grant.