Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership
This is a new program; please contact admissions staff for launch date.
The Educational Objectives for the Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership include:
- To develop a vision of Transformative Education grounded in an understanding of human development.
- To acquire the skills of curriculum development grounded in an understanding of personal and cultural transformation.
- To acquire the skills to facilitate transformative processes within educational organizations.
- To develop Creative Inquiry practices and skills.
- To cultivate leadership capacities that further creative and transformative engagement within the profession of education.
Graduation Requirements for Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership
- Students are expected to complete 90 units of coursework.
- The completion of an original research Dissertation is required.
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Transformative Education I
Human Development I
Leadership & Creative Inquiry I
Curriculum Development I
Diversity & Cultural Praxis II
Collaborative & Cultural Leadership I
Transformative Education II
Human Development II
Leadership & Creative Inquiry II
Curriculum Development II
Diversity & Cultural Praxis III
Collaborative & Cultural Leadership II
Transformative Education III
Leadership & Creative Inquiry III
Research Practicum I
Human Development III
Collaborative & Cultural Leadership III
Diversity & Cultural Praxis I
Transforming Educational Organizations I
Leadership & Creative Inquiry IV
Assessment of Educational Effectiveness I
Transforming Educational Organizations II
Collaborative & Cultural Leadership IV
Research Practicum II
Education & Generative Entrepreneurship
Educational Innovation & Liminal Processes I
Research Practicum III
Assessment of Educational Effectiveness II
Educational Innovation & Liminal Processes II
Research Practicum IV
Democracy, Conflict, & Sustainability I
Educational Innovation & Liminal Processes III
Transforming Educational Organizations III
Democracy, Conflict, & Sustainability II
Educational Innovation & Liminal Processes IV