Cohorts for Grand Canyon University’s EdD in Organizational Leadership are enrolling now for December. Don’t miss this opportunity to further your industry knowledge and develop your professional skills by taking advantage of our convenient evening classes:
Prepare for Success by Earning an EdD
GCU’s organizational leadership EdD program prepares learners to help build organizations and promote the success of their people. Learners are put on an advanced track from the first class, and the dissertation process starts early in the EdD process to help learners move rapidly toward the completion of their degree. Also, each learner in our EdD program completes a stimulating and engaging Doctoral Residency program. These valuable learning experiences offer you the opportunity to receive 1-on-1 coaching and collaborate with fellow learners.
Find a Balance While Earning Your Doctorate
Managing work, life and earning your degree is no simple task, but GCU’s evening classes can make it easier for you to find a healthy balance while advancing your education. Our evening cohorts feature small class sizes led by expert faculty, courses are taught one at a time and classes are held one night per week at several convenient locations. Also, our evening EdD programs combine campus classes with online coursework to make it even more convenient for you to pursue your degree while keeping your job.
Pursue Your Calling with GCU’s EdD in Leadership
If you’re ready to take your education and career to the next level, then consider joining our next evening cohort, which is enrolling now for classes that begin on December 14. GCU’s EdD in Organizational Leadership features the following areas of emphasis:
- Behavioral Health
- Christian Ministry
- Health Care Administration
- Higher Education Leadership
- K-12 Leadership
- Organizational Development
- Special Education
Strengthen your skills, further your knowledge and open doors to career advancement by earning a doctoral degree from GCU. For details about our evening EdD cohorts or to enroll for classes beginning in December, visit our website or use the Request More Information button on this page.
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