Students in the Ed.D in leadership and learning in organizations will complete 54 hours of coursework that covers three critical areas of leadership and learning. Students develop strong assessment, problem-solving, and data analytics skills to effectively lead change within their organizations and across industries. The curriculum, course titles, and descriptions are subject to revision and may change at any time.
The Ed.D. is cohort-based. Therefore, deviating from the prescribed course sequence is not permitted. Students must take all courses prescribed by the program, even if they have taken similar courses during previous studies or performed related work in their careers.
Live classes are held weekly during the evening, Monday through Thursday, and are mandatory. The day on which each course is offered will vary, so students’ schedules should be open for class on any of these weekday evenings during the program, and students should not expect to be able to enroll in courses only on preferred days or at preferred times.
Students in the program will follow a course sequence as outlined in the table below.
Leadership and Organizational Development (21 credits)