The Department of Educational Leadership & Technology has planned several short-term study away and study abroad opportunities. These trips are designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of educational leadership.
As part of EDAD 6330 Educational Governance and Policy, each summer doctoral students complete a one week-long trip to Washington, D.C., where they experience face to face interactions with federal legislators, lobbyists, bureaucrats, and organizations focusing on all levels of educational improvement across the country.
Currently, Educational Leadership is planning the following study abroad trips through a partnership with EF Tours. Please see the related courses, dates of travel, and trip details by the link below:
- Edinburgh and London (June 2019)
Want to Know More?
All students considering study abroad are encouraged to speak to their academic advisor to ensure the course they plan to take will meet degree requirements.
Students traveling internationally must possess a current passport, must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and must complete all required training.
Some scholarships are available to students who meet the requirements. Students interested in studying abroad can view the study abroad website