The goals of the Department of Educational Leadership and Higher Education are generated through a firm commitment to its philosophy statement:
[NEW:] The Personal Potential Index (PPI) is recommended to complete your application for admission. Visit SLU's page about the PPI evaluations and requirements or go to The ETS page to learn more about the PPI.
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|Fall: July 1 (International: May 1)||Transcript(s); Three (3) Letters of Recommendation; GRE G or GMAT or LSAT scores; Resume; Professional Goal Statement; On-campus or phone interview is desired; Three (3) Personal Potential Index evaluations
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|Spring: Nov. 1 (International: Oct. 1)|
|Summer: April 1|
Tel. No.: 314.977.4062
|Chair: William Rebore, Ph.D.
Admissions Coordinator: Lindsey Woodard
Assistantship Application Deadline:
Required Additional Application Materials for International Students
Check our English Proficiency Policy page for specific TOEFL and IELTS score requirements. You may also visit our international prospects, applicants and students page for more information about international application requirements.
Application Review Process: The program has a year-round, rolling application process that is reviewed by committee
Rankings/Honors: All programs are nationally accredited. Nearly 20 percent of all of Missouri's superintendents are alumni of the Graduate School at Saint Louis University.
Credit Hours/Coursework: A minimum of 70 hours of academic work beyond the baccalaureate, including 40 credit hours in education and an internship and/or practicum. Research requirements include those required for the Master of Arts degree (six credit hours) and one advanced research course selected from those approved by the Department. A minimum of 28 credit-hours, excluding assigned prerequisites (if any), must be taken at Saint Louis University. | Ed.D. coursework
Program Description: The Executive Doctor of Education Program is designed to provide the student with the appropriate skills and knowledge base for leadership at the school district level. | ELHE Programs Offered
Careers Possibilities: Adult Educator; Arts and Education Program Coordinator; Continuing Education Director; Day Care Specialist; Educational Outreach Coordinator; Nonprofit Specialist; Preschool Teacher; Private Tutor; K-12 Teacher; Special Educator | Career Services
Curriculum & Program Details: Two words describe this program: quality and demanding. Students are already educational professionals who are looking to enhance their skills and advance their careers. Students come to learn and perform with a certain position already in mind. | Educational Administration (Ed.D.)
About the Educational Leadership & Higher Education Faculty: All faculty is engaged in current, active research in educational topics. | Educational Leadership & Higher Education Faculty
Scholarships & Financial Aid: Six (6) assistantships are awarded in Educational Leadership and Higher Education. Almost all students are part-time with full-time, professional positions. | ELHE Graduate Assistants page | Student Financial Services at SLU
Program Highlights: Teachers already participating in the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program can receive tuition remission. Typically, the investment return for a student is realized after two promotions. Students do most of their studies off-campus, required only to be at SLU four times during their coursework. Doctoral coursework is taught on Saturdays. | ELHE Program Highlights