EdD in Learning and Organizational Change (Online)
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Today’s organizations evolve at the hands of leaders prepared to champion systemic change across schools, government agencies, businesses, and private organizations.
Baylor University’s Doctor of Education in Learning and Organizational Change (EdD) online program was built to empower experienced professionals and industry leaders to shape the learning experience in any setting.
Through a combination of interactive coursework, collaborative group activities, and face-to-face online classes, graduates emerge prepared to
address cross-functional challenges,
identify and implement growth opportunities, and
foster effective learning environments based on data-driven processes.
Ready to take the next step? Request information today to learn more about the EdD online program from Baylor.
Designed and led by award-winning faculty, courses are practitioner-oriented and will prepare students to become transformative leaders with expertise in curriculum, organizational change, and teaching and learning.
The program consists of:
learning foundations courses
organizational change courses
research methods courses
Problem of Practice (PoP) dissertation
Two in-person immersions (circumstances permitting) serve as dedicated opportunities for students to apply newly acquired skills learned in the virtual classroom to their vocation. During this valuable time on Baylor’s campus, students also will start to conceive and develop their industry-based PoP dissertation.
Baylor’s School of Education maintains the same admissions standards for the online programs as it does for the on-campus programs. Successful applicants possess backgrounds that demonstrate an ability to excel in a doctoral program and a strong desire to have a positive impact in their field.
The EdD online program starts three times per year — in January, May, and August. The admissions team accepts and reviews applications year-round on a rolling basis.
To be considered for the EdD online program, applicants must hold a master’s degree with a GPA that demonstrates strong academic success, which is typically 3.5 or higher.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, Graduate Program Director
Cece Lively, EdD Assistant Program Director
Baylor University School of Education is a member of theCarnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, which is the knowledge forum on the EdD. It has a membership of over 100 schools of education in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand working collaboratively to improve professional preparation in education at the highest level.
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