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Community College Leadership Program

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The Community College Leadership Doctoral Program is designed to prepare students for senior level leadership roles and professorial positions within the community college setting. The intense program of study leading to a Doctor of Education Degree focuses on training professionals for the unique situations encountered by senior administrators and faculty in community colleges. A major emphasis of the program is research relevant to the issues and concerns of community colleges.


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