Grand Canyon University

Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership - Behavioral Health - Qualitative Research (Online)

Grand Canyon University’s qualitative Doctor of Education (EdD) in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Behavioral Health is an intensive exploration of leadership styles and principles, supervision and intervention methods. Grow your understanding of organizational leadership excellence within the context of behavioral health. Learn the advanced skills that are immediately applicable in your practice and enhance your career qualifications with a EdD degree.

The College of Doctoral Studies designed this program specifically for people who desire to be a leader in a behavioral health organization. Learners will expand their knowledge while studying the principles of entrepreneurism, strategic planning and leadership. There is an emphasis on servant leadership and professional ethics in the behavioral health field. Licensed counselors, therapists, social workers and psychiatric nurses are welcome to apply to the EdD degree program.

In GCU’s qualitative organizational leadership - doctor of behavioral health degree, students will personally examine events to better understand an observed phenomenon. In doing this, they will develop expertise in the development of a research study and gain insight into how and why people think, believe and behave. This differs from GCU’s quantitative program which focuses on developing expertise in the creation of a sampling plan and in the collection of data.

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