EDAD Students, in addition to referring to the UNL COVID-19 webpage for information, please:
- Check your Husker email account for departmental updates;
- Contact your instructors/advisors for specific course information;
- Note that all proposal/dissertation defenses, advisor, committee meetings, etc. will be conducted via Zoom or other distance technology until further notice.
The Department of Educational Administration (EDAD) offers rigorous, accessible and forward thinking programs that serve nearly 400 graduate students in both P-12 and higher education in Nebraska, across the USA, and globally. Our alums serve as principals, superintendents, student affairs professionals, admissions counselors, residence life coordinators, academic advisors, directors, and more. They’re faculty members and leaders in community colleges and on college and university campuses. They serve as researchers, professors, presidents, deans, vice chancellors, and commissioners.
They’re movers, shakers, scholars, and leaders. Huskers.
Local & Global Reach
Our Husker Scholars come from around the globe, both near and far. We serve more than 400 graduate students in both P-12 and higher education in Nebraska, across the USA, and globally.Read more about our alumni
What We've Accomplished
Our students aren’t sitting passively, watching from the sidelines. They’re active members of a learning community, building relationships with classmates across Nebraska, the USA, and beyond. They’re exploring theory, conducting research, and collaborating with peers and faculty to address the most pressing challenges and opportunities at the PK-12, community college, and higher education levels.
Our Research & Engagements
Our faculty members have studied at some of the most prestigious institutions in America and beyond. They conduct leading research and outreach into the most pressing and complex challenges in education, sharing it with students in the classroom and other higher education scholars and practioners across the country and globe. Connecting theory, research, and real-world practice is what we do.Explore Student Dissertation Topics Explore Faculty Research