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Grand Canyon University’s innovative doctoral degree programs prepare learners for leadership roles in their professions, communities and society. Our dynamic online learning community, integrated dissertation process, wealth of resources and collaborative environment support a successful and meaningful doctoral journey. We believe earning a doctoral degree is a journey and similar to climbing a mountain—challenging, invigorating and completely rewarding when you reach the top. Our goal is to help you conquer your own mountain and succeed on your doctoral journey. Readers of The Doctoral Journey blog, presented by the College of Doctoral Studies, will find resourceful and knowledgeable posts regarding the doctoral process, research best practices and dissertation tips among other topics from GCU’s doctoral faculty.
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Category: EdD in Organizational Leadership
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Religion is always relevant to society, which is why many people are passionate about becoming church leaders. If you are a church leader and want to further your education and career, consider enrolling in Grand Canyon University’s Doctor of Education (EdD) in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Christian Ministry program. The EdD in Christian ministry might be right for you if:

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With the number of different doctoral degrees offered to learners, it can be confusing to know what exactly the difference is between them and which one offers you the most opportunity to help you achieve your academic and professional goals.

Grand Canyon University offers four different doctoral degrees, including the Doctor of Education (EdD) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). How can you truly differentiate these two programs and make the best academic and career choice for your future?

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When deciding to earn a doctoral degree, it is important to know how it will benefit your career. An EdD in Organizational Leadership can help you advance your leadership skills. With a wide range of emphases, the program at Grand Canyon University allows you to hone in on a specific area that you are passionate about. There are many opportunities available for those who earn an EdD in organizational leadership, many of which can take your career to the next level. Continue reading to learn about some of the many career possibilities with this degree:

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If you are a professional who is looking to advance your education, earning an EdD in leadership might be the next step for you. Grand Canyon University’s EdD is a leadership degree that helps you to apply current theories and research to new environments. If you are unsure about whether or not you should earn your doctorate degree, continue reading to find out three reasons to earn an EdD in leadership:

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Looking to further your education and grow in your leadership abilities? Earning a Doctor of Education (EdD) may be the right choice for you. At Grand Canyon University, this leadership degree will prepare you to face challenges in today’s workplace and succeed in your field of interest. In addition, you can enjoy the convenience of earning your EdD online. Continue reading to learn more about the EdD at GCU.

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If you have decided to pursue a doctorate degree to further your teaching career, you may want to consider whether an Education Specialist (EdS) or an EdD in leadership with an emphasis in K-12 leadership is better suited for you. While an EdD is perhaps a better known degree, an EdS can be just as rewarding if it ends up being a better fit for you.

At Grand Canyon University, one major difference between these two doctorate degrees is the number of credit hours. While an EdD has 60 credits, an EdS has 30. The EdD degree also requires two residencies, while the Education Specialist does not.

Consider the other differences and benefits of earning each degree.

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