Workforce Education and Development Concentration—Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership

Program description

The doctoral degree in educational leadership with a concentration in workforce education and development requires a 90 credit hour minimum beyond the bachelor’s degree. The degree is awarded from Western Michigan University, but can be done in cooperation with Ferris State University. All WFED courses are articulated between the institutions, and participants have the option of completing a Total Quality Management (TQM) certificate awarded from FSU as part of the doctoral degree program.

The workforce education and development concentration is designed to enhance skills in administrative leadership, curriculum, or instruction for individuals involved in adult, secondary, post-secondary and four-year institutions.