The Doctor of Education (EdD) online in Learning and Organizational Change program is a 54-credit program that provides the same challenging and interactive education as Baylor’s on-campus EdD programs. Tuition for the current school year is $1,785 per credit hour. There is an additional $100 administrative fee per term. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change and may rise each year.
Students can complete the EdD online program in as few as 36 months. The program schedule you select can help to determine your personal financial needs. Students can connect with an academic advisor to determine possible schedule options and financial aid opportunities.
Students are required to attend two immersions to meet the requirements of the program. Each immersion is three credit hours and is billed at the credit hour rate for the relevant term. In addition to tuition costs for the immersion credits, students are responsible for costs associated with travel and lodging. You may request a Cost of Attendance Adjustment from the Student Financial Aid Office if you need to apply for student loans beyond the average cost of attendance to cover your expenses. The Cost of Attendance Adjustment form can be accessed online through our appeals webpage.
There are various ways to fund your Baylor education. When evaluating how to pay for your degree you should consider a number of resources, including personal resources, external scholarships, employer tuition assistance, and federal student aid programs.
External sources are also available to students who wish to seek scholarship opportunities. The external scholarships list is a resource to search for additional funding options. Scholarship funding is limited and not guaranteed; students should not rely entirely on this option.
Applying for Federal Student Aid
In order to apply for federal student aid, including student loans, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Baylor’s school code is 003545. Remember that you must complete the FAFSA each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal student aid.