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The EDLR program at Seattle University prepares ethical, reflective, culturally competent professionals who lead with integrity, embrace diversity and advance social justice in our world. Today's leaders need innovative and critical thinking skills to address the ongoing needs of a dynamic workforce and an ever-changing economy. Our doctoral students are developing strong professional networks and learning cutting-edge leadership practices so they can be catalysts for transformative change. They are discovering new opportunities to serve their local, national and global communities. And they are contributing immediately and significantly to the values, principles and practices of their organization.
Whether you are a school administrator or private business leader, government employee or nurse manager, owner of a non-profit or human resources director, a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Seattle University will prepare you for this kind of leadership.
We know you are a hardworking professional with work and family commitments. We also know that life can throw you curve balls. That's why our program is flexible with classes offered in the evenings and weekends with the option to take up to six years to complete your degree.
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Srinivas Khedam, Assistant Principal and Non-Profit Leader
"Leadership is an elusive concept, but Seattle University's EDLR program brings the concept to life. This doctoral program creates exciting new career paths for students through inspirational faculty, demanding curriculum, and a cohort model that encourages students to learn with each other throughout the life of their program." - James Harvey, Director of the National Superintendents Roundtable and current EDLR student
"What I value most about the EDLR program is that it continually inspires me to be a leader for others. This program has challenged me to grow as an individual and helped me to recognize that being a leader is not about one's position, but about leading by example, living with integrity, and helping others to achieve their personal best." - Marianne McGah, Theology and Campus Minister, Holy Names Academy, and Doctoral Student, Educational Leadership
"Seattle University's Educational Leadership Program truly prepared me for leadership positions, The program prepares leaders for the transformational changes we are facing in higher education, especially those of globalization and technology." - Jill Wakefield, EDLR ', 92, Chancellor of Seattle Community Colleges
For more information, contact EDLR Consulting and Visiting Professor, Dr. Tana Hasart, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-495-0878.
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