Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership: Human Resource Development Major — Pre 2013
Designed to advance the field of Human Resource Development (HRD), this major concentrates on theory, individual and organizational learning processes as well as the various ethics and dynamics that contribute to the positive development of an organization's human resources. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach rooted in a Christian perspective, students acquire a breadth of knowledge across the field of HRD and pursue in-depth research in areas of paramount concern.
The Human Resource Development major uses an educational model that incorporates interaction with an instructor and other students.
Human Resource Development Major-Specific Outcomes
As a Ph.D. student enrolled in the Human Resource Development major, you will demonstrate a doctoral-level understanding of:
- Fundamental group and organizational theories
- Individual and collective avenues of organizational citizens
- Pertinent considerations related to group and organizational theories from an HRD perspective