Grand Canyon University Offers New Doctoral Program Concentrations
October 2, 2012
Grand Canyon University
GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY OFFERS NEW DOCTORAL PROGRAM CONCENTRATIONS
Students now can choose from a wider array of specializations through the Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology and Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership programs
PHOENIX (Oct. 2, 2012) - Classes will begin Dec. 27 for four new program concentrations through Grand Canyon University's College of Doctoral Studies.
The College of Doctoral Studies is adding two new program specializations to both its Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology and its Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership programs. Program emphasis areas enable doctoral students to home in on specific areas of study that are of most interest to them and best fits with their individual career paths.
The new specializations are:
- Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology with an emphasis in in Integrating Technology, Learning and Psychology
- Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology with an emphasis in Performance Psychology
- Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Christian Ministry
- Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Special Education
"We're very excited to be able to offer an even wider variety of concentrations in the Ph.D. and Ed.D. programs," said Hank Radda, GCU Provost and Dean of the College of Doctoral Studies. "These program specializations will be a beneficial addition for many students who are looking to develop their education in very specific coursework areas."
These programs are conveniently offered online, and the Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership program also includes once-a-year residency experiences that promote collaboration among peers.
For more information on these programs, visit www.gcu.edu or call 877-518-7118.
Grand Canyon University was founded in 1949 and is Arizona's premier private Christian university. GCU is regionally accredited and emphasizes individual attention for both traditional undergraduate students and the working professional in seven colleges: the Ken Blanchard College of Business, the College of Education, the College of Nursing, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Theology, the College of Fine Arts and Production, and the College of Doctoral Studies. GCU offers traditional programs on its growing campus, as well as online bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs. The University's curriculum fuses academic and clinical rigor with Christian values to prepare its students to be skilled, caring professionals. For more information about GCU, visit www.gcu.edu.