Become the person your organization leans on to cultivate a positive and productive work environment.

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Leadership and Learning –
Organizational Psychology program will teach you how to apply psychological concepts and research methods to improve your surroundings. Acquire strategies to address challenges related to productivity, employee morale and management styles. Learn how you can improve organizational policies, processes, hiring, and training with an Ed.D. in Organizational Psychology.

Enjoy Flexibility – 20 courses with start dates every 2 weeks
Choose Where You Learn – Online courses
Affordable Monthly Payments – Opt to pay $395 per month
Focus On Your Passion – You’re in control of the dissertation process

The degree is centered around 3 elements:

  • Collaborative and ethical leadership
  • Transformational leadership
  • Reflective scholarship

Through practical, real-world applications, you will gain adeptness with leading individuals and teams, both within and across multicultural contexts, while maintaining high ethical standards in all business practices.

Inside: EDD830 Leadership Theory

Is the Ed.D. in Organizational Psychology program for you?

Individuals seeking greater knowledge and skills in the psychology of effective leaders, the foundations in organizational and industrial psychology, and a deep awareness of professional and ethical standards in the field would benefit most from the organizational psychology doctorate degree.

What is the dissertation process?

The dissertation is the final step of a doctoral program and culmination of a student’s doctoral studies. The dissertation is a written document that summarizes a completed research study that is grounded in theory and is methodologically sound. 

Benefits of a Doctor of Education

  • Continue professional development
  • Grow your educational philosophy
  • Pursue senior roles
  • Familiarize yourself with new technology tools

View the Doctor of Education in Leadership and Learning Handbook

For more information about the program, see the Academic Catalog.

Admission Requirements

  • Application – A completed application.
  • Resume – A resume or curriculum vitae.
  • Statement of Goals – A statement of your goals reflecting the academic, professional, and personal goals you would like to achieve through your work with Aspen University. Your goals statement will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee as part of the application process. The statement of goals should be between 300 – 500 words.
  • Master’s Degree Transcripts – Official transcript demonstrating a conferred master’s degree from an institution that is accredited by a CHEA recognized accrediting body or an international equivalent, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Military Documentation (Optional) – A copy of the most recent orders; or a copy of DD214 (This can be requested from the National Archives.)