Graduate in 32 Months with a Doctor of Education: Ethical Leadership

Graduate in 32 months! This program features case studies on managing change, networking with other leaders and the opportunity to solve specific problems facing your organization. 

With the Ed.D. in Ethical Leadership, you will explore leadership paradigms and develop a framework for how ethics, values and cultural influences transform society.   This degree enables you to apply expertise to the study of ethics, leadership, and change management to strategically interact with other thought leaders to make an impact in your professional setting.  This program serves professionals in a variety of fields including but not limited to, For-profit and Nonprofit settings, Public Service, Education, Business, Ministry, Healthcare, and Military.


Course Overview

  • Format: Accelerated courses meet online
  • Program Length: In as little as 32 months
  • Credit Hours: 48 credit hours of study; 12 credit hours of dissertation
  • Total Cost: $700 per credit hour 

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Program Features

  • Online curriculum designed to create community through discussion and interactive assignments.
  • Networking with other community leaders.
  • Case studies on managing change and providing ethical leadership principles within organizations.
  • The opportunity to solve any specific problems facing your organization.
  • Individualized support services and tutoring for the online student. 

 

 

Start Dates

  • February 27, 2023

Course Descriptions

After earning my master’s degree from Olivet Nazarene University in 2002, I had a sense that there were some capabilities still dormant within me,” says Dr. Michael Morris. “I believed that the challenges and rigors of ONU’s Ed.D. program would unearth those. And that is exactly what happened for me."   - Michael Morris, M.Min. ’02/Ed.D. ’17

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"I learned what leadership looks like in many fields as an Ed.D. student at Olivet Nazarene University. My dissertation  was narrowed into my field of special education. But in my cohort, I learned from a nurse practitioner, a police officer, a detective, a higher education executive, a school principal and others about how to lead wherever I am."   - Hayden Lewis, Ed.D. ’21

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"Olivet’s cohort experience strengthened my passion for diversity,” he says. “In our ethics courses, we talked about very challenging issues, and we did that respectfully. Experiencing the diverse spectrum of opinions and attitudes helped prepare me for the path forward."   - Mark Smith, Ed.D. '17

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