Competencies

  • Commitment to the Community College Leadership Career Path
    Demonstration of applicant’s intended career path following completion of the doctorate, including a description of aspiration to become a leader in the community college arena.
  • Effective Communication
    Written and oral communication skills appropriate to senior leadership within an institution of Higher Education or Community College.
  • Effective Writting Skills
    Academic writing skills are essential to the CCLDP. Students are urged to insure that their written assignments are well edited and meets the rigger of doctoral academic writing.
  • Academic Potential
    Demonstration of applicant’s ability and motivation to be successful in a rigorous demanding academic environment.
  • Critical Thinking
    Demonstration of the applicant’s ability to think critically in professional situations. Demonstrated experience in complex situations that require creativity, entrepreneurial thinking, problem solving, negotiation, and decision making.
  • Potential for Leadership
    Demonstration of the applicant’s potential for leadership of an institution of higher education. Evidence that expresses the ability and interest to develop into a senior educational leader.