Hello Everyone, I would like your feedback and input. I'm in my mid 30s and have been practicing accounting for the past 15 years. I am not a CPA, but I am currently a financial controller for a small manufacturing company. I received my BS in Management at a small college and received my MBA (with an 18-credit accounting concentration) about 2 years ago from another small local AACSB accredited college. I would like to teach accounting courses (and open to an administrative role after a few years in academia) because there are tons of opportunities in my area (New York). But I would first like to get some sort of doctoral degree so I can have "more doors available." Therefore, which of the following degrees should I pursue: 1) Ed.D with Columbia University (Adult Learning & Leadership Concentration) 2) Ed.D with Columbia University (Higher & Postsecondary Education) 3) Ed.D with University of Pennsylvania (CLO Concentration) 4) DBA with Kennesaw State University (required residency every five to six weeks) I am not looking for tenure, but an opportunity to adjunct a few accounting courses per term and possibly adjunct regularly within 10 years or so. Thanks.