Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System, offers an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership that develops visionary leaders who are creative agents of change in transforming their diverse organizations through collaboration, innovation, positive influence, strategic thinking and a profound commitment to lifelong learning. The Ed.D. program is an Interdisciplinary degree, designed for students from all career paths – educators, business executives, organizational development consultants, city and county government, college faculty and staff, and non-profits.
The flexible hybrid format of online instruction and local face-to-face support systems serves the needs of students with busy schedules. The doctorate program integrates the latest theories and best practices from both education and organizational leadership to produce 21st century leaders. Learning how to lead people through transformational change is woven through the entire program. Students will be immersed in a variety of subjects including: Transformational leadership, collaborative relationships, political intelligence, strategic thinking, diversity, and creativity and sustained innovation.
Start your transformational change by earning your Doctoral Degree from Brandman University, a WASC accredited institution with state (CTC) and national (NCATE/CAEP) professional accreditation. Talk to an Enrollment Coach today.
Admission to the Doctoral Program in Organizational Leadership may be achieved by fulfilling the graduate admission requirements:
Admission Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirements:
Transcripts documenting successful attainment of a Masters Degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
To achieve admission to the Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership your application must be submitted by one of the following deadlines:
Applications received after the dates are reviewed on a space available basis only.
A non-refundable $250 Enrollment Deposit will be required by July 11, 2016 in order to hold your position in the Fall 2016 class.
Please note: Campuses that do not obtain a minimum of 8 admitted and enrolled students with a confirmed deposit by June 20, 2016 will need to be relocated to the nearest regional campus for the monthly cohort meetings.
|EDOL 700||Transformational Leadership||3|
|EDOL 705||Organizational Communication and Conflict Management||3|
|EDOL 706||Team and Group Dynamics||3|
|EDOL 707||Organizational Theory and Development||3|
|EDOL 708||Strategic Thinking||3|
|EDOL 709||Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability||3|
|EDOL 720||Creativity, Innovation, and Sustainable Change||3|
|EDOL 721||The Ethics and Politics of Decision Making||3|
|EDOL 722||Diversity and Intercultural Aspects of Leadership||3|
|EDOL 723||Innovation in Resource Management||3|
|EDOL 724||The Leader as Change Agent||3|
|EDOL 750||Writing for Research and Publication I||2|
|EDOL 751||Writing for Research and Publication II||2|
|EDOL 752||Quantitative Research Methods I||2|
|EDOL 753||Quantitative Research Methods II||2|
|EDOL 754||Qualitative Research Methods I||2|
|EDOL 755||Qualitative Research Methods II||2|
|EDOL 780||Transformational Change Field Experience||3|
|EDOL 790||Developing the Dissertation Prospectus||3|
|EDOL 791||Dissertation I||3|
|EDOL 792||Dissertation II||3|
|EDOL 799||Dissertation Extension||0|
*This program is not available to residents of all states. Please contact a University Enrollment Coach for details.