Online Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership: Career Outlook

Lead Educational Organizations and Embrace Change

  • 10% growth projected from 2016 to 2026 in employment of educational administrators1
  • In 2017, the top 10% of educational administrators earned an annual salary of $182,1501
  • 8% growth projected from 2016 to 2026 for employment of top executives, including college presidents, superintendents, CEOs, and general managers2
  • In 2017, the top 10% of top executives earned more than $208,000 annually2

Online Master of Arts in Nutrition and Wellness Careers

Discover Careers in Nutrition

Better nutrition and wellness have become a global movement. According to the Global Wellness Institute (GWI), the global wellness economy netted $3.7 trillion in 2015, a growth of 10.6 percent from 2013, making it one of the fastest growing markets in the world.1 This translates into a host of new and expanded options for jobs in nutrition.

The global wellness economy grew more than 10 percent from 2013 to 2015—making it one of the fastest growing markets in the world.

NTR 640 Community Engagement

Students examine the role of nutrition organizations in terms of social responsibilities. Discussions explore systemic approaches to community change and techniques for initiating and sustaining community partnerships. Students assess and identify existing and emerging problems in communities. In collaboration with professionals and stakeholders in the community, students work in teams to plan, develop and evaluate practical solutions to a problem in a community nutrition sector.

NTR 564 Nutrition Health Policy

Study the policy making processes that address nutrition problems and issues. Analyze and develop nutrition-related polices within evidence, contexts (political, economic, cultural, nutritional) and need. Discuss processes, implementation, measurement and evaluation of factors that impede or promote policies.