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Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership - Christian Ministry (Quantitative Research) (Online)

Explore the intersection of Christian ministry and culture and prepare to be a leader within the Christian church. Earning your quantitative EdD in Christian Ministry Leadership can equip you to advance the study of leadership within ministry and the church community by performing in-depth research and analysis of the modern church. Bring about enduring change within the church by forwarding our culture’s knowledge of leadership within the church.

Prepare yourself to be a leader in the domain of Christian ministry. A doctorate in ministry leadership can prepare you for positions throughout ministry, positioning you to make the most change you can. This degree equips graduates with the leadership and organizational communication skills necessary to set up Christian ministry organizations for the greatest success.

This quantitative degree program requires learners to engage in active discussion and expression of scholarly ideas in a variety of formats. Emphasis is placed on dissemination of scholarly findings, research, scholarly writing and effective argumentation within the context of the Christian culture.

Throughout research-focused courses, learners will synthesize current, cutting-edge scholarly literature to identify problems and problem spaces within the church and identify how their research can make an impact on these problems.

Contemporary Christian ministry faces a set of challenges that are often unique to the culture we live in today. This program examines these challenges and the role of the Christian ministry leader in mitigating them. With a close focus on diverse and global cultures, you will be prepared to lead in a variety of situations and make an impact on a global scale.

Degree candidates are able to complete this program at their own pace. Due to the nature of the program, the time it takes for the candidate to complete their research study and dissertation directly impacts the timeframe in which the program can be completed. GCU has built in options to support learners throughout the process.

In traditional doctoral programs, dissertations are completed after course requirements have been met. In GCUs program, the dissertation process is integrated throughout the program so that every class enables the learner to make a significant step towards completing the dissertation. Additionally, a residency requirement has been incorporated into the program to provide candidates with an opportunity to dive deep into their dissertation and research study, giving them the support and expertise needed to make significant progress on their dissertation.

By earning your quantitative doctorate in ministry leadership and performing your own research, you can enable yourself to forward the mission of the church and fulfill God’s call upon your life.

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