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To be considered for the Fall 2015 learning community/cohort (EDD 9), your application must be received by one of these dates: March 15, 2014; October 15, 2014; March 15, 2015. Hamline EdD learning communities start in the fall of odd-numbered years. The next cohort begins in Fall 2015. Students may enter the program earlier and take electives, and begin their required classes with their cohort in Fall 2015.
After admission, you may begin taking elective credits immediately and petition the
transfer of up to eight semester credits that are not part of a previously earned
graduate degree. You would then begin taking your core courses when your cohort began in Fall 2015. Students should note that after admission they will be
charged doctoral tuition for all Hamline courses.
All application materials must be received by the Graduate Admission office in order for you to be considered for a particular admission cycle.
Applicants will be reviewed and selected based on the following qualifications:
International students must submit documentation regarding proficiency in English and financial support for tuition costs and personal expenses. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required of all applicants whose native language is not English, unless they earned a masters degree from an accredited college or university in the United States. The Certificate of Eligibility (I-20) required to obtain a visa cannot be issued until Hamline has a student’s TOEFL results (with a score of 550 or better) and valid documentation of financial support. International students are required to obtain health insurance.
After successful completion of GED 8501/The Learning Organization, credits may be transferred to fulfill Ed.D. electives, but not to fulfill required courses. The Registrar reviews and ultimately approves or denies all transfer requests.
Up to eight semester credits of graduate work may be transferred, providing they meet these criteria:
A Hamline EdD student who was admitted to another accredited doctoral program may request the transfer of up to 20 semester credits of previous doctoral work. The decision to consider more than eight semester credits is made by the program director who then refers the request to the Registrar. The transferred credits must meet these criteria:
Dissertation Registration Form
Transfer of Credit
Intent to Graduate
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