Molloy's Ed.D. Program Accepted into Prestigious Consortium

Molloy College Division of Education is very pleased to announce the Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities (Ed.D.) Program's acceptance into the Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate (CPED) Consortium.

Educational Doctorate (CPED) ConsortiumAs a members of this prestigious consortium, the Molloy College Ed.D. Program will undergo a transformation as we learn and consider new and innovative ways to expand the Ed.D. degree.  Molloy will be joining more than 80 current members in the important work of redesigning professional practice preparation in education for the improvement of PreK-20 education and the organizations that support it. Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld, Associate Dean and Ed.D. Program Director, and Dr. Allison Roda, Ed.D. faculty member, will serve as Co-Principal Investigators of the project on behalf of Molloy College.