Education, EdD Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL)

2022-23 Tuition and Fees for the School of Education, Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Ed.D. Degree Program

The CANDEL program is designed to prepare exemplary educational leaders in schools, community colleges, and related educational capacities that reside in the greater Sacramento Valley, Bay Area and Northern California. 

 

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Annually

Full-time CANDEL Fees [1]

Fall Winter Spring Annually
Systemwide​​​​ Tuition and Fees        
     Tuition $3,900.00 $3,900.00 $3,900.00 $11,700.00
     Student Services Fee $384.00 $384.00 $384.00 $1,152.00
     Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition $1,654.00 $1,654.00 $1,654.00 $4,962.00
Campus-based Fees $351.39 $351.39 $351.39 $1,054.17
TOTAL, California Residents $6,289.39 $6,289.39 $6,289.39 $18,868.17
Nonresidents Supplemental Tuition $4,082.00 $4,082.00 $4,081.00 $12,245.00
TOTAL, Nonresidents $10,371.39 $10,371.39 $10,370.39 $31,113.17
UC Student Health Insurance Plan [2] $1,824.00 $1,824.00 $1,824.00 $5,472.00
         

Full-time CANDEL Fees UC Employee [3]

Fall Winter Spring Annually
Systemwide​​​​ Tuition and Fees        
     Tuition X 1/3 $1,300.00 $1,300.00 $1,300.00 $3,900.00
     Student Services Fee X 1/3 $128.00 $128.00 $128.00 $384.00
     Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition $1,654.00 $1,654.00 $1,654.00 $4,962.00
 Student Facilities Safety Fee $22.00 $22.00 $22.00 $66.00
TOTAL, UC Employees $3,104.00 $3,104.00 $3,104.00 $9,312.00

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CHARGES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.  Some or all instruction for all or part of the Academic Year may be delivered remotely.  Tuition and fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the Academic Year.  Figures for tuition and fees represent currently approved or proposed amounts and may not be final.  Actual tuition and fees are subject to change by the University of California as determined to be necessary or appropriate.  Final approved tuition and fee levels may differ from the amounts presented.

 

[1] In addition to the fees in the schedule above, undergraduate students may be charged other fees such as the ones listed below:      

Document Fee:   All new undergraduate, graduate academic, and graduate professional students admitted for academic year 2022-23 will be charged a one-time, life-time document fee of $150. Graduate students in the strictly professional degrees programs (M.D., J.D., D.V.M. and M.B.A.) are excluded and will continue with pay-per-service charges. More information about the Document Fee.

International Student Administrative Fee:  The $159 International Student Administrative Fee for graduate international students will be charged one-time to all newly admitted graduate international students who are either sponsored by UC Davis for F-1 or J-1 status or would be sponsored by UC Davis for F-1 or J-1 status if physically present in the United States. More information about the International Student Administrative Fee is available at Services for International Students and Scholars' Fees & Tuition page.

UC Graduate and Professional Council Systemwide Fee: Effective Fall 2022, all graduate students will be charged a UC Graduate and Professional Council (UCGPC) Systemwide Fee. The UCGPC Systemwide Fee is an annual, opt-out fee of $7 per graduate student to be charged at the beginning of each academic term. The fees will be assessed in the fall, winter, and spring terms only; the fees will not be assessed during summer sessions. $3 for the fall quarter, $2 for the winter quarter, and $2 for the spring quarter. 

Update: There will be no UCGPC charge for fall quarter 2022 and winter quarter 2023 terms.

[2] All UC Davis students are required to have health insurance. In order to satisfy this requirement, all registered students are automatically enrolled in the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP). If students have comparable insurance and do not want to be enrolled in UC SHIP, they must apply for a UC SHIP waiver by the date specified for their college or school. More information about UC SHIP, including costs, coverage and other insurance details

[3] Assumes employees are California residents and eligible for the Reduce Fee Enrollment program.