Hi! First time poster here. A little educational background on me: BA in History, MA in History, and MAT in Secondary Education (in progress). I just finished my second year of teaching and would like to pursue an EdD once the MAT is complete. My career goal is to become a principal. I am located in GA. I’m trying to find an online or mostly online EdD. I’m open to a hybrid program, but I’d need it to be located in GA or one of the surrounding states. I look to apply for the 2020-2021 school year. I’ve been thinking about curriculum or leadership as a focus. Of course, I’d like the work load/rigor to be reasonable for someone working full time, but I’d also like it to be as cost efficient as possible. Some programs I’ve found so far that I’m considering include: - GA Southern, curriculum studies - Lincoln Memorial University, curriculum and instruction (suggested by coworker) - Morehead State, Administrative leadership - Valdosta State, curriculum and instruction - University of the Cumberlands, educational leadership - Columbus state university, curriculum and leadership - Baylor, learning and organizational change - North Central University, curriculum and teaching - “, general education - “, instructional leadership Does anyone have any insight on any of these programs? Or have suggestions that I do not have listed? Has anyone completed an EdD and can tell me what the rigor is like? I’m really only familiar with academia in the history field.