Ed.D. in Organization Change
To maintain the academic quality and small class size of the Doctor of Education in Organization Change program will be on hiatus. The program will not be admitting new students at this time. Please continue to move forward with your interest and we will keep you abreast of happenings within this program.
This program requires that applicants have 8-10 years of work experience in management and/or consulting. Candidates should have previous experience in a human interaction laboratory (such as those sponsored by NTL or UCLA) or other individual or group development/therapy work leading to greater self-insight.
- Application for admission with a nonrefundable processing fee.
- Official transcripts in a registrar's sealed and stamped/signed envelope from the accredited colleges or universities that awarded the baccalaureate and master's degrees to the applicant.
- Three recommendations attesting to the applicant's academic abilities, character, and professional ability.
- Scores from the Miller Analogies Test, the Graduate Record Examination (verbal and quantitative sections), or the Graduate Management Admissions Test. Tests must have been taken within the last five years.
- A 1,000- to 2,000-word statement of educational purpose addressing such topics as issues, questions, interests, matters of concern regarding educational and professional development, strengths and weaknesses with respect to engaging in doctoral study, and/or future career objectives.
- Personal interviews are required for all qualified applicants who apply to the program.
- A completed Work History form included in the Application for Admission.
- A completed Self-Evaluation Inventory form included in the Application for Admission
Accepted students for the Doctor of Education in Organization Change must:
- Have a personal laptop computer. Students will receive a list of required technical specifications.
- Submit a nonrefundable $500 deposit that will be applied to the first term's tuition.
- Participate in the EDOC Workshop: Developing a High Performing Learning Community