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

The online Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Organizational Development degree from GCU helps graduates lead and transform organizations. Those seeking a doctorate in organizational leadership learn how to help organizations achieve success through growth. This doctorate in organizational leadership is ideal for leaders and rising executives looking to advance their professional skills through academic learning.

Graduates can complete the doctorate of organizational leadership online or in evening courses with a small cohort. Future organizational leaders work with faculty and business professionals to learn about the science of leadership and determine how to inspire change and growth.

Six domains have been highlighted in the EdD program offered by the College of Doctoral Studies:

Leadership
Learn about leadership in theory and practice

Change
Study and develop strategic approaches to organizational change

Culture
Assess and create dynamic organizational cultures

Scholarship and Research
Analyze, design and conduct future-focused research

Globalization and World View
Develop a leadership style and communications strategies to work with a diverse population

Organizational Development Emphasis
Evaluate organizational structures to determine a path to success

Qualitative doctoral programs allow candidates to contribute to the wealth of knowledge in their field by drawing upon the work of past researchers and performing an original qualitative research study. This study will allow the learner to dial into a specific aspect of their field they take interest in and draw out insights based on themes, patterns, interviews and other forms of qualitative study.

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