Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership
- 3 Years
Ideal for managers or supervisors who are interested in becoming better leaders, The Chicago School’s online Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership degree program prepares graduates to take on executive roles in for-profit and nonprofit businesses. Guided by practitioner faculty, online Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership students will focus on the following areas: Human diversity and ethics Research strategies Strategic […]
Ideal for managers or supervisors who are interested in becoming better leaders, The Chicago School’s online Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership degree program prepares graduates to take on executive roles in for-profit and nonprofit businesses.
国产偷拍视频Guided by practitioner faculty, online Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership students will focus on the following areas:
- Human diversity and ethics
- Research strategies
- Strategic change management
- Organizational interventions
- Interpersonal dynamics
- Psychological theories of leadership and motivation
- A range of electives to support each student’s individual career goals
国产偷拍视频Prepared to assume high-level consulting positions in today’s global, multicultural business environment, graduates of the online Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership program will be able to further their careers by creating and implementing leadership models that fulfill organizational needs and objectives.
How Long Does It Take to Get a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership?
Students typically take 3 years to complete the degree program. To complete the Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, students will need to complete the following:
- Successful completion of 60 credit hours of coursework
- Successful completion of the dissertation
- Successful completion of Competency Examination
- Attendance at two residences that are three and a half-day each (online students only)
What Can You Do with a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership?
Organizational psychology addresses workplace problems like recruiting, productivity, management, training, and more. Typical organizational leadership careers include:
- Human resources manager
- Business consultant
- Personnel manager
- Government employee
Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership Online Program: Student Experience
Through the convenience of The Chicago School’s online programs, your life remains intact. Our online Global Student Dashboard is where you will find the coursework and assignments for your organizational leadership courses, interact with fellow students, and are asked questions from your instructor.
Management Philosophy and Practice
国产偷拍视频This course looks at various management philosophies and their practical applications. Topics include an examination of management and leadership philosophies and styles, and a comparison and contrast of the differences between management, leadership, and mentorship.
Emerging Theories of Leadership
国产偷拍视频This course examines current theories regarding leadership. Topics include an examination of ethical leadership and the various theories of leadership and leadership development.
Envisioning the New Health & Human Service Organizations
Students will apply advanced understanding of strategic management concepts to analyze and assess complex organization problems, envision new paradigms and innovative solutions, and create organizational change. This course investigates the complex ethical, legal, political, economic, regulatory, social, technological, and international issues facing health and human services leaders.
Students must have access to an organizational environment that will be available for use in research and reference for course work.
Students also engage in two brief residencies (roughly three and one-half days each) at our Chicago campus, which provides an opportunity for face-to-face interaction and networking with fellow students from around the globe. At the first residency, which occurs during Year 1 of the program, students engage in focused seminars aimed at helping them formulate dissertation topics and prepare for the research process. At the second residency, in Year 2, students complete their competency exam. A third residency is optional.
Completion of the dissertation is an essential aspect of a student’s academic experience and professional education. It provides the school the opportunity to evaluate the student’s ability to apply Organizational Leadership theory and research and to think critically and creatively about an issue in the field.
The dissertation should clearly and concisely demonstrate the student’s command of the research in a specific area of organizational leadership. In the dissertation, the student will critically evaluate and synthesize relevant research and theory in the topic chosen for study. The student’s dissertation Committee is responsible for determining the appropriateness and acceptability of the dissertation proposal, and for final approval of the dissertation.
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Chicago, IL 60601
国产偷拍视频Application to The Chicago School’s Organizational Leadership doctoral program is open to any person who has earned a master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in psychology, the behavioral sciences, organizational discipline or other related field, and who meets other entrance requirements. Students applying to the Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership (post-Master’s) program must submit the following:
- Application Fee: $50
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- Three or more years of work experience is preferred
- Essay – Please answer the following question in approximately 500-750 words.
- Tell us how leaders have personally inspired you in your professional and personal life.
- Statement of Research (using APA format)Official College/University Transcripts
- Students must submit official transcripts from all schools where degrees have been earned. The Chicago School requires that all schools be regionally accredited higher education institutions. Official transcripts may be sent directly from the institution or with your application for admission as long as they are official, sealed, and signed across the envelope flap when they arrive.
- Progression Requirements:
- Aside from general admission requirements, this program requires applicants to have successfully completed at least one (1) foundational course in statistics, and one (1) foundational course in psychology or organizational behavior with a grade earned of ‘C’ or better by the end of their first semester (second online term) of study. Students who have not done so through previous coursework must successfully meet this progression requirement though the options outlined in the .
The Chicago School is dedicated to keep our professional degree programs accessible to anyone regardless of financial status. In addition to the scholarships that may be available, our Financial Aid Department will help provide you with information to determine what financial arrangements are right for you.