Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Adult Learning and Leadership

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Adult Learning and Leadership prepares scholars for careers or advancement as college or university faculty members or in other educational or corporate settings where the application of adult learning principles and theories and the development of new knowledge, theory, and research are important.

Challenging and insightful coursework along with opportunities to develop personal relationships with students and faculty provide future success in the adult learning and leadership fields.

$510.60 per credit hour*
90 credit hours
Career specialization

*This estimate is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ depending on your transfer hours, course choices and your academic progress.

 

 

Ph.D. Curriculum (90 credit hours)

The Doctor of Philosophy program allows students from a wide variety of professions to select courses that best meet their professional goals. Students can choose from more than 25 elective courses or create a specialization in leadership, teaching and learning, technology, or human resources/workforce development.

For students who have already received their master's degree, the program typically recognizes 30 credit hours toward their doctorate.

 

Ed.D. Curriculum (90 credit hours)

The Doctor of Education program can enhance the knowledge and skills necessary for students to succeed in a wide variety of professions, especially those who work with adults as educators, trainers, facilitators, advisors, managers or leaders.

For students who have already received their master's degree, the program typically recognizes 30 credit hours toward their doctorate.

 

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