Gratz College offers two Fully Online Doctoral Programs: the Doctor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the Doctorate in Education in Educational Leadership. The Ph.D. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies is the only program of its kind in the world and is geared towards students who have graduate degrees in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, history, or another related discipline. The Ed.D. in Educational Leadership program is designed for current and aspiring pre-K-12 leaders, higher education administrators, curriculum specialists and executive directors.
While pursuing your Doctoral studies at Gratz College, you can expect:
- Credibility. Our graduate programs are regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education - meaning they meet high academic standards.
- Affordability. As part of our commitment to making education accessible, we keep our tuition rates low and offer financial aid and scholarships to those who qualify.
- Expert instruction. Learn from faculty who bring real-world experience and relevant insights to the classroom.
- Personal attention. From day one, a dedicated academic department and a committed college staff are available to help you reach your goals.
We believe in Flexibility and making sure that you can complete your degree without sacrificing your personal or professional priorities. With 6 term starts per year to choose from you can begin the path to earning your doctoral degree online today.
I’ve been very impressed by the high academic caliber of the students and professors. I appreciate the flexibility also as all of us are unconventional students who also work, have families, etc. It’s also a lot of fun!”
— kathryn Glatter, Current Ph.D. Student
"It is difficult to choose the most meaningful aspect of learning at Gratz because the overall experience was so rewarding. From the variety in course selections, to the engaging online discussions between classmates to the encouraging and supportive faculty, I was able to expand my learning and feel a part of a community whose goal was to make this world a better place."
— Melissa Mikel, 2020 graduate