Teach. Lead. Inspire.
Educational Leadership: Doctoral Certificate
Advance your teaching career and elevate leadership skills with an Educational Leadership Doctoral Certificate from North Greenville University.
Your Calling. Their Success.
Looking to enhance your teaching career? Want to better serve your students and colleagues? North Greenville’s Educational Leadership Doctoral Certificate will equip you to be an effective leader in your school or university, whether you’re a teacher, administrator, or coach.
Discover your personal leadership style and put it into action. Engage conflict management skills from a leadership perspective. Guide your colleagues and students to success.
What Can I Do with a Doctoral Certificate in Educational Leadership?
You love teaching and making a difference in the lives of the next generation, but you’re looking to advance your career and further develop your skills and understanding of the education field.
By earning an Educational Leadership Doctoral Certificate, you’ll be ready to step into administrative and other leadership roles to direct students in their own educational journeys.
Dean of Students
Director of Education
Education Program Coordinator
Study Christ-Centered Educational Leadership
- Organizational Theory and Analysis
- Leadership in Educational Settings
- Strategic Planning
- Conflict Resolution, Mediation, and Personnel Management
- Grant Writing & Proposal Development
Students pursuing licensure are encouraged to contact their state licensure department to determine exact credentials and degree requirements.
Stories that Started Here
Jason Young, ʼ00, DMin ʼ20
The degree was affordable and delivered in a format that worked well for me.
Randy Bradley, DMin ʼ13
Randy returned to SC after serving as a missionary in Argentina for 21 years.
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