People who want to earn a Ph.D. degree are just like everyone else: they have jobs, families, hobbies and commitments—and most can’t put it all on pause to go back to school. The trouble is, that’s exactly what many doctorate programs expect, either requiring you to complete a certain number of credits at the institution, spend a lot of face-to-face time with professors or enroll as a full-time student.
Tiffin University has a different approach. We offer our Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change online with limited residency requirements so you can go to school, continue your career and take care of everything in your busy life. But just because it’s not a traditional on-campus program doesn’t mean it’s less worthwhile. Our curriculum covers important global leadership components and dissertation skills to help ensure your success. You’ll work independently, but never alone. Our full-time librarians, faculty advisors, instructors and other staff members are here to provide all the support you need, including database access, research guides, webinars, scholarly publishing training and annual academic progress updates. The average student completes our program in 3.5 to 4.5 years.
Our curriculum covers important global leadership components and dissertation skills to help ensure your success. You’ll work independently, but never alone.
Investing in a Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change from Tiffin University can be well worth it. Many doctoral graduates go on to become chief executive officers, directors, business owners, researchers, business consultants and higher education faculty members earning six-figure incomes. Need more reassurance? A report from the U.S. Census Bureau showed people with doctorate degrees earn an average of $3.4-$4.4 million over a 40-year career, compared to $2.5 million for those with master’s degrees, $2.1 million for those with bachelor’s degrees and $1.2 million for high school grads.
A Ph.D. is an ambitious goal to strive for, but it’s well within reach at Tiffin University.