The adaptability of the knowledge and leadership skills gained from this research-based program have enabled Doctor of Education in Interdisciplinary Leadership graduates to follow successful career paths in business, health care, criminal justice, education administration, government and more.
Utilize applied research to enhance your career
Many students choose Creighton’s Interdisciplinary Leadership doctoral program because of its flexibility and limited on-campus requirements. You can enjoy taking all of your classes online, while experiencing the advantage of networking with faculty and peers during a required, on-campus residency in week eight of your first term. In addition, you will visit campus at the conclusion of the program to defend your dissertation. We find that this approach allows students to continue to grow in their career and take care of what’s important to them.
You’ll take a series of eight-week courses, focusing on one course at a time. Research for your dissertation is evidence-based and can address challenges within your workforce, industry or field. You will be encouraged to choose a topic of personal importance for your research, so you’ll experience both personal and professional growth through practical, focused research opportunities. This allows you to immediately apply what you’re learning to your life and career as you complete the program.
Join a diverse and successful network of peers and faculty
Students and faculty in Creighton’s Doctor of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies program come from all walks of life, from all over the world. While you learn, reflect and grow, you’ll discover that this diverse academic family creates a rich learning community that excels at sharing perspectives and insights in a supportive and interactive environment.
As a graduate of Creighton’s Doctor of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies program, you’ll expand your professional network and will reap the benefits of these new relationships for many years to come as part of a thriving alumni community.