Rebecca Curtis, Ed.D.
Department of Leadership and Administration
Dr. Rebecca Curtis has worked in higher education for more than 23 years, holding administration and faculty positions. She was a trainer and an administrator of a program that created nationally and internationally known curricula that taught administrators how to coach their teachers. Her background includes early childhood and youth development, online learning, and coaching and supervising teachers in education.
Dr. Curtis also serves on several local committees on behalf of children and families, including fighting child abuse and neglect on a bi-state committee. Her research includes clinical supervision and coaching teachers. She enjoys her family, her three cats, and playing the piano.
Doctorate in Global Training Development and Leadership
North Central University
Degree in Early Childhood Education
University of Kansas
Master's in Public School Policy and Administration
University of Kansas
- Teacher coaching and professional development
- Clinical supervision
Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction Doctor of Education
This customizable degree is designed to help you advance your understanding of a wide range of curriculum development and instructional methods that can improve teaching and learning in diverse educational settings.
Ed.D. in Instructional Technology Doctor of Education
Ed.D. in Leadership Doctor of Education
Ed.S. in District Level Administration Educational Specialist
This degree is designed for educational leaders who wish to become a superintendent or district level administrator. This program equips students with the skills necessary to effectively lead a P-12 school district.
The program leads to P-12 district-level administrator’s licensure in Indiana.
Ed.S. in Leadership Educational Specialist
Certificate in Advanced Graduate Study Certificate
This program is designed for students wishing to design their own program of study at the post-master’s, advanced level. Students can choose from a variety of courses to study the topics they want to study.