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Division: Graduate

This course examines the relationship dynamics which occur in organizations between leaders and followers, and between work groups in light of biblical principles. Attention is given to theories of effective leadership, motivation, decision-making, organizational change, and organizational systems, with applications in diverse and cross-cultural settings.
3.00
Spring
Graduate
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This course investigates the dynamics of developing instructional leadership in Christian schools that leads to lasting leadership principles and strategies, techniques of working with teachers, and focusing on growth in student learning.
3.00
Spring
Graduate
ONLINE
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This course examines models and strategies for building team unity within organizations. Biblical principles, the role of leadership, new team development, inter-group relations, large group interventions, and goal setting are studied.
3.00
Summer 2
Graduate
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This course examines the biblical foundations for policies, organizational structures, and relationships necessary for effective functioning of institutional governing boards, presidents/headmasters, and vice presidents/deans of educational institutions in various cultural contexts. Consideration is also given to the role of faculty in institutional and academic governance. (Offered on request; minimum of five students).
3.00
Summer 2
Graduate
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This course examines various models for conducting strategic planning and for assessing the effectiveness of organizations in accomplishment of their missions. Special attention is given to linking mission, vision, goals, planning, budgeting, and assessment in Christian educational institutions.
3.00
Summer 1, Summer 2
Graduate
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This course addresses various philosophies and approaches for building strong public relations programs and for generating capital growth. It also examines financial resource management concepts and analytical skills for generating principle-driven business decisions.
3.00
Summer 2
Graduate
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This not-for-credit course serves as a pre-requisite for EDU 9610. Grading is P (Pass) or F (Fail). To receive a "P", the student must show foundational proficiencies in descriptive and inferential statistics with an emphasis on demonstrating a working knowledge of the forms of data, decision rules for determining when to use a specific statistic, and properly interpreting statistical results in order to enroll in EDU 9610. These proficiencies may be shown by either (a) obtaining a score (80% or above) on the CIU Ed.D. Statistical Proficiency Exam or (b) presenting a transcript showing a basic statistics course having been passed with a grade of C or higher within the last five years prior to enrolling in EDU 9610.
0.00
Spring, Summer 1
Graduate
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This course equips students with the research tools required to design the study of a doctoral dissertation topic. It prepares students to select a topic, review literature, design a study, collect quantitative data, analyze and interpret data, and report and evaluate research. Emphasis is on quantitative studies including experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and survey designs. Pre-requiste: EDU 9600.
3.00
Summer 2
Graduate
MAIN
0


This course is designed to equip students to construct and implement qualitative research designs. The various types of qualitative approaches are studied, as well as data collection and analysis methods. Pre-requisite: EDU 9610.
3.00
Summer 2
Graduate
MAIN
0


This course equips the candidate to assimilate research findings and to prepare research reports suitable for publication in peer-reviewed journals or non-refereed publications. Pre-requisite: EDU 9620.
3.00
Spring
Graduate
MAIN
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