Doctor of Education | EDD Doctoral Program

EDD | Doctorate Degree in Education

Our Doctor of Education major in Educational Management program is dedicated to empowering educational leaders with advanced knowledge and skills to drive positive change in educational institutions and communities. Discover the exciting journey that awaits you in our EdD course below!

What is a Doctor of Education?

The Doctor of Education major in Educational Management program is structured to furnish educators with advanced expertise in organizational leadership, strategic planning, and educational administration. This empowers them to navigate the evolving educational landscape, fostering the ability to instigate positive change and innovation within educational institutions.

The Program Chairperson

Dr. Marissa Ejercito-Borines, PD-SML

Dr. Marissa Ejercito-Borines, having recently earned her Post Doctorate in Strategic Management and Leadership (PD-SML) in 2022, followed swiftly by her Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management (PhD), is dedicated to navigating the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) landscape within educational management. Currently serving as the Program Chairperson of the Graduate School of Education, she fulfills dual roles by imparting knowledge at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. At the undergraduate level, her expertise extends to teaching Special Needs Education and Early Childhood Education courses.

Doctoral in Education Objectives and Outcomes

The Doctor of Education (EdD) program, specializing in Educational Management, offers a comprehensive learning experience tailored for educators and professionals seeking advanced expertise in school administration. Our doctoral program in education emphasizes practical skills and research-driven approaches, ensuring graduates are well-prepared to manage school operations and resources effectively. With a focus on innovation and adaptation, our doctorate degree in education equips educational managers to thrive in today’s dynamic educational environment.

Effective decision-making. Execute data-driven decisions or actions beneficial to the welfare of all the stakeholders and society.

Demonstrate advanced knowledge. Impart advanced knowledge on educational theories, tenets, philosophies, best practices, and other relevant concepts in their chosen field of expertise.

Design and conduct research. Do innovations to address complex educational issues to be at par with the global demands in the academe.



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Graduate School Facilities

The Graduate School facilities at Trinity University of Asia are designed to offer students a modern and functional environment for advanced learning. Equipped with up-to-date resources, the classrooms facilitate interactive learning experiences. The Graduate School Library located at Mandell Hall provides extensive educational materials to support research and academic pursuits. The campus environment fosters collaboration and scholarly engagement among the academic community.

Graduate School Activities

In the Graduate School of Education, students actively engage in a variety of activities tailored to enhance their expertise and broaden their impact in the field. These include active involvement in community outreach initiatives, participation in national conferences, attendance at specialized seminars, and contributions to research colloquia.

Doctorate Degree in Education Admission Requirements



Graduation Requirements


Our D Education in Educational Management program consists of Coursework (24 units) and Capstone (12 units). Completion of comprehensive examination and capstone project.

Complete Doctoral Programs in Education Subjects & Curriculum

The core subjects of Doctor of Education typically include Learning and Leadership Development and Management of School Systems. Students also study Quality Assurance as well as Organizational Development and Change.


Data Analytics in Educational Management Systems
Learning and Leadership Development
School Legislation and Educational Policy Making
Creative Humanistic Philosophy Education
Capstone Practicum 1 – Strategies (150 Hours)
Capstone 1 – Needs Assessment and Proposal
Advance Fiscal Management
Program Development and Management for Community Partnerships, CSR and Sustainability
Management of School Systems
Organizational Development and Change
Capstone Practicum 2 – Management (150 Hours)
Capstone 2 – Seminar and Progress Report
Comprehensive Exam
Program Evaluation and Accreditation
Philosophy of Educational Management and Ethics
Quality Assurance
School Plant and Physical Facilities
Capstone Practicum 3 – Assessment (150 Hours)
Capstone 3 – Data Analysis
Capstone 4 – Dissertation Writing and Presentation

Doctor of Education Job Opportunities

Graduates of the Doctor of Education program have a wide range of career options available to them, including:


University Professor/Administrator University professors or administrators teach courses, conduct research, and provide leadership in academic departments or administrative units within colleges or universities. 60,000.00 to 150,000.00 
Director of Education Programs/Initiatives Directors of education programs or initiatives lead the planning, implementation, and evaluation of educational initiatives within schools, districts, or organizations. 70,000.00 to 150,000.00 
School Superintendent/District Administrator School superintendents or district administrators oversee the operations of a school district or group of schools. They develop and implement policies, manage budgets, hire and evaluate personnel, and collaborate with stakeholders to ensure the success of educational programs. 80,000.00  to 200,000.00
Director of Education Programs/Initiatives Directors of education programs or initiatives lead the planning, implementation, and evaluation of educational initiatives within schools, districts, or organizations. They may focus on areas such as curriculum reform, teacher professional development, student support services, or community engagement. 70,000.00 to 150,000.00
Education Consultant/Advisor Education consultants or advisors provide expert guidance and support to schools, districts, or educational organizations in areas such as curriculum development, assessment, instructional strategies, and leadership development. 50,000.00 to 100,000.00

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