for the degree of Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Human and Organizational
Learning should fulfill the following criteria:
- A graduate degree, either Master's or professional
- A minimum of 3.3 grade point average on a 4.0 scale in all
previous graduate work as evidenced by official transcripts from every institution attended whether or not a degree was completed.
- GRE, GMAT or MAT test scores in at least the 50th percentile.
Test scores older than five years are not acceptable for review.
International students must also submit TOEFL scores that are
less than two years old. TOEFL score minimum for admission is 80.
- At least five years of full-time professional work experience
judged pertinent by the HOL faculty as evidenced by a current resume.
- An interview, the purpose of which is to confirm the applicant's
commitment to human and organizational learning, executive leadership,
and academic excellence while participating in a collaborative
- Statement of purpose.
- Letters of recommendation.
Apply for admission to classes beginning the summer semester in May, 2013. Submit your application
and $75 fee so you can be scheduled
for an interview.
The application deadline for the next cohort is February 1, 2013.
Feel free to visit any of our classes in session. Classes are
held one weekend a month on Friday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m.
to 9:00 p.m. Call us at 703-726-8396 to make arrangements for
For additional admissions information, see our brochure, call Ms. Zeynep Ekmekci
at 703-726-8396 or email email@example.com.
The program focuses on six themes that correspond to semesters,
followed by work toward the dissertation:
- Leadership - Students focus on their personal leadership development.
- Learning - Students focus on learning at the individual, group, and system level.
- Research - Students develop research skills by focusing on organizational issues.
- Changing Environment - Students focus on understanding and implementing change in organizational systems.
- Integration and Application - Students seek to integrate their new knowledge into their organization or an exchange organization.
- Specialization - Students focus on one or two specific areas of study that are meaningful to their organization, themselves, and to the field of Human and Organizational Studies.
Students meet one Friday and Saturday per month, plus ten consecutive
days in June. Coursework is completed in two and a half years.
Completion of the dissertation is variable and depends on the
topic and depth of study. Students are required to take one elective
outside of their required courses.
The Readings course
is the required elective, and is offered in the spring and summer
semesters. This is also a great course for someone who is interested
in finding out more about the coursework requirements. Applicants
who enroll in the Readings course are not guaranteed admission
to the program.
Find out about Federal Financial Assistance through GW.
Find out about opportunities through GW's Office of Graduate Student Assistantships and Fellowships.
Find out how to set up a Payment
Plan, lessening the impact of tuition expenses.
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