In the School of Educational Leadership (SoEL), we offer graduate degrees that prepare professionals in schools and other organizations to lead with purpose, skill, and integrity. We designed our SoEL masters degrees to help you shape yourself into an expert practitioner in higher education or in K-12 schools. Through our Doctor of Education, students become a scholar-practitioner who can interpret current research and apply it to leadership practice in a wide variety of organizations. Our goal is to equip students to serve others by providing you with opportunities to enhance your gifts and talents through reflective practice, and in so doing find meaning and purpose in your work. ACU's faculty of Christian scholars and professionals are the foundation for student success. Each faculty member is an expert in their field, and at building supportive relationships with ACU students.

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Submissions from 2020

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Creating an Inclusive Climate for Students on the Autism Spectrum, Stephanie Holmes

Submissions from 2019

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Teaching management, spirituality, and religion: André Delbecq as a pioneer, Stuart Allen and Peter E. Williams

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Mid-Career Adult Learners in an Online Doctoral Program and the Drivers of Their Academic Self-Regulation: The Importance of Social Support and Parent Education Level, Peter E. Williams, Natalie Wall, and Wade W. Fish

Submissions from 2018

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Using collaborative autoethnography to explore online doctoral mentoring: Finding empathy in mentor/protégé relationships., Jennifer Duffy, Leah Wickersham-Fish, and Linnea Rademaker

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Human resource professional's competencies for pluralistic workplaces, Peter E. Williams, Stuart Allen, and Danielle Allen

Submissions from 2015

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Leadership, Religion, & Spirituality, Stuart Allen, Peter E. Williams, and Michael DiLauro

Submissions from 2014

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Faculty perspectives on the inclusion of spirituality topics in nonsectarian leadership and management education programs, Peter E. Williams and Stuart Allen