Interdisciplinary Leadership (Doctorate)

Curriculum

To earn the Doctor of Education (EdD) in Interdisciplinary Leadership degree at Creighton University, you must complete 60 credits:

Core Courses

  • Leadership Styles and Reflective Practice
  • Leadership and Applied Ethics
  • Seminar in Interdisciplinary Leadership
  • Leadership Seminar I: Program Orientation and Formulation of Learning
  • Strategic Planning and Management
  • Organizational Theory and Behavior
  • Administrative and Policy Leadership Issues
  • Change Theory and Practice

 

Electives (choose five)

  • Interdisciplinary Practicum
  • Jesuit and Ignatian Traditions
  • Quality and Accountability Issues
  • Human Resources Leadership and Management
  • Leadership in a Global Society
  • Women and Leadership
  • Applied Development Analysis
  • Leadership in School Improvement
  •  Policies, Politics and School Board
  • Practicum in School System Leadership
  • Technology and Leadership
  • Planning Programs for Adult Learners
  • Writing for Scholarly Publication
  • Catholic Social Teaching and Learning
  • Sustainability Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Approach
  • Leadership, Public Relation and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Financial and Legal Leadership Issues
  • Introduction to Servant Leadership
  • Toxic Leadership
  • Military Leadership
  • Followership
  • Quantitative Research Design and Methods
  • Qualitative Research Design and Methods

 

Research courses

  • Leadership Seminar II: Analysis and Application of Scholarly Literature
  • Research Design and Professional Inquiry
  • Research Design and Data Analysis
  • Proposal Construction

 

Dissertation Courses

  • Leadership Seminar III: Portfolio Review and Dissertation Defense
  • Dissertation Research
  • Dissertation Defense

 

Learning outcomes and mission goals of the program along with detailed descriptions of all courses can be found in Creighton’s course catalog.

Accreditation

Creighton University has maintained continuous accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission since 1928.  For information regarding the University’s accreditation status, visit http://www.creighton.edu/accreditation/.

Information regarding academic programs which hold specialized accreditation can be found on this page.

Admissions Requirements

  • Completed application & $50 application fee
  • Master’s or equivalent professional degree
  • Official transcripts from all educational institutions attended for graduate or professional study
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Personal statement. See application for specific requirements
  • Three letters of recommendation from persons other than friends or family members who can speak to your performance in an academic or professional setting
  • Response to EdD Writing Exercise

 

A personal interview may be requested in addition to the above requirements. The interview may be conducted in-person or virtually.

International Applicants

Tuition & Scholarships

Tuition and Fees
Financial Aid
Scholarships offered by the University
Scholarships offered by third parties

For questions about financial aid, contact:
gpfinaid [at] creighton [dot] edu
402.280.2731

Important Dates & Deadlines

Start Classes in Apply By
August July 9
January November 19

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