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Doctor of Philosophy in Education / Global Training & Development

Program Details

The Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD-Ed) program is suitable for students who want to combine a strong base of theoretical knowledge with an individualized focus to conduct research in and about PK-12, postsecondary and adult learning environments. 

PhDs in Education are found in many different roles in academia, industry and not-for-profit organizations, including educational consultant, academic researcher, policy maker, educational theorist, and faculty member or administrator in a higher education or organizational setting. Students pursuing the PhD in Education have the opportunity to customize and focus their program through their coursework, doctoral research courses and the doctoral dissertation.

The PhD in Education with a specialization in Global Training and Development program at Northcentral University is designed to educate tomorrow’s leaders in the field of training and performance improvement. In this specialization, you will combine theory, research and practical application as you critically analyze needs and evaluate the influences of how performance improvement and training should be designed. 

You will examine principles of organizational leadership, human resources, adult education and organizational change, and research emerging trends for solution-driven effectiveness. As a PhD in Global Training and Development graduate, you will be prepared to pursue leadership positions involving international training programs, consulting or higher education.

Requirements

  • Admission to the Doctor of Philosophy in Education program requires a conferred post-baccalaureate master’s degree and/or doctoral degree from a regionally or nationally accredited academic institution
  • Send your official transcripts from other schools you attended

Accreditation & Licensing

Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission

Restrictions

This degree is not authorized for residents of Arkansas.