Thank you for exploring the EdD program. This degree is designed for individuals who will serve as undergraduate teachers at Christian and community colleges, private school headmasters and teachers, or ministry practitioners with a desire to teach. The elective component of the degree will provide students with choices that match their vocational goals.
Dr. Randy Stone
Required seminars will usually meet four Friday evenings in a semester in a two-year cycle. Reading colloquia are 2 hours long and also meet four fridays in a semester, usually before/after required seminars. Workshops will be offered as one-week workshops during the summer and January. Elective seminars will be offered at different times.
Purpose and Goals
The purpose of the Doctor of Education degree is to equip individuals for denominational or interdenominational leadership positions in the field of religious education or teaching.
The goals for this degree include mastery of educational disciplines, graduate-level understanding of theological disciplines, and capacity to engage in administration, teaching, and research.
Please feel free to contact us by telephone, e-mail, or regular mail. Our administrator Maci Duncan will be happy to assist you:
Doctor of Education Degree Program
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
3939 Gentilly Boulevard Box #305
New Orleans, LA 70126
(504) 282-4455, extension 8107
(800) 662-8701, Toll Free
(504) 816-8039, Fax firstname.lastname@example.org