Allison Richmond is an Arizona native and a junior at Grand Canyon University. She is currently earning her Bachelor of Science in English with an Emphasis in Professional Writing with a minor in marketing. She hopes to use her degree to pursue a career in journalism or advertising in order to share her ideas and creativity with the world. Allison has a passion for writing. She has gotten the opportunity to pursue this passion through writing for Odyssey Online, working on writing research with her professor and writing for the GCU blogs.
As the workplace becomes more competitive, it is important to take action. You can invest in your future by earning one of Grand Canyon University’s doctoral degrees. A doctorate can help you become more knowledgeable and qualified in your field of study, and can give you an edge in your future career endeavors. GCU’s College of Doctoral Studies offers evening cohorts, enrolling now for Feb. 15 and March 15, 2018.
GCU’s evening cohort for Doctor of Education (EdD) in Organizational Leadership begins Feb. 15, 2018. This program helps learners strengthen their foundations in leadership and explore organizational culture, change, communication, strategy and diversity. This program also offers various emphases, including Behavioral Health, Christian Ministry, Health Care Administration, Higher Education Leadership, K-12 Leadership, Organizational Development and Special Education.
Philosophy in General Psychology
GCU also offers a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in General Psychology. This program begins March 15, 2018. This program helps learners deliver transformative leadership by blending theory and experience in organizations including for profits, non-profits, ministries, corporations and schools. This PhD program, like the EdD program, also contains a number of emphases. These emphases include Cognition and Instruction, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Integrating Technology, Learning and Psychology and Performance Psychology.
Scholarships off Tuition and Benefits
The College of Doctoral Studies is offering 20% off tuition for evening learners who start their program this spring. This opportunity should not be missed! Come to GCU and enroll in your EdD or PhD to take advantage of this scholarship off tuition opportunity.
GCU’s evening cohorts are taught by knowledgeable faculty. The classes are small, allowing learners to collaborate with peers and receive personal attention from instructors. The programs also allow for in-class time and online work, making it more manageable to keep up with coursework. GCU’s program differs from many others because your dissertation is embedded into conventional coursework, helping you move towards graduation.
Why Choose an Evening Cohort?
Life can get insanely busy when combining school, work and social life. GCU makes it easy by providing evening cohorts that only meet one night per week! These classes make it convenient to earn your degree while also working. Advance your education while pursuing your goals at GCU.
Invest in your future with a doctoral degree from Grand Canyon University. To find out more or enroll for the spring, visit the College of Doctoral Studies or click the Request More Information Button located on this page.
Written by Allison Richmond, a professional writing major at GCU.