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Student Learning Outcomes
Consistent with the university student outcomes, upon completion of the Doctor of Education in Organizational Change and Administration degree, graduates will be able to:
- Examine and evaluate organizational behaviors and leadership effectiveness within a wide spectrum of industries and types in order to cultivate contextual intelligence (CI).
- Apply previous learning as well as to conduct new ethical research with the aim of being able to apply this knowledge to address new opportunities and challenges.
- Examine organizational experiences, events or issues that are challenging, ambiguous or unexpected in order to enhance their leadership capabilities and navigate future challenges effectively.
- Communicate effectively.
- Enhance their relational capability through development of the four domains of EQ: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.
- Set high standards for ethical conduct consistent with personal values, beliefs, and emotions. Students will continuously strive for lifelong learning and self-improvement, personally and professionally.
- Evaluate psychological factors that promote satisfaction and performance for self and others.
- Examine strategies for promoting innovative ideas, processes, and procedures that promote competitive advantage and organizational sustainability.
- Develop and enhance strategies for leveraging cultural intelligence, diversity, and inclusion.
- Identify, develop and enhance strategies for developing effective collaborative environments at all levels of the organization, and promote the development of future leaders.