What is the general profile of the CANDEL applicant?
Most applicants are administrators, educational leaders, and student service professionals in educational settings; such as, P-12, Community College, higher education institutions, and advocacy organizations, who have visionary leadership ability and have a strong desire to create changes in educational policy from within their school, district, department, etc.
Interested in earning your doctorate in educational leadership? Learn more about how the CANDEL Ed.D. program can help you reach your professional goals by attending one of our upcoming information sessions.
The CANDEL program curriculum is constructed around four overarching and inter-related themes that are seen as integral to the academic and professional development of educational leaders:
Engaging in a doctoral program represents a significant personal and professional commitment of energy, time, and finances. To support the financial aspect of this commitment and potentially offset program fees, multiple forms of financial assistance may be available, including loans, grants and University of California designated program funds. The specific type and combination of these resources is based upon each student’s level of financial need. The CANDEL program works with the UC Davis Financial Aid Office to help determine this