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South College – Doctor of Physical Therapy (Hybrid Program) #physical #therapy #doctorate #programs


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Doctor of Physical Therapy (Hybrid Program)

Welcome and thank you for your interest in our innovative and exciting Doctor of Physical Therapy program at South College! Our program and faculty are dedicated to the development of future Doctors of Physical Therapy, ready to meet the demands of clinical practice in the 21 st century with exemplary entry-level skills, who exhibit marked professionalism and who understand the necessity of compassionate patient care.

  • An accelerated, two-year DPT curriculum unique to physical therapy education.
  • 65 weeks of didactic curriculum spread across 5+ academic quarters.
  • 31 weeks of full-time clinical education, comprised of an 8-week experience and a 23-week terminal internship in a variety of clinical settings.
  • A contemporary and evidence-based curriculum powered by the Evidence In Motion (EIM) Learning Academy .
  • A blended-learning program that combines the unparalleled aspects of online learning activities and interactions, hands-on laboratory sessions, and collaborative clinical education experiences.
    • Online, distance-based learning permits students to reside anywhere while completing their didactic (classroom) education.
    • Onsite lab immersion sessions are held quarterly in Knoxville, Tennessee, to develop essential hands-on patient management skills.
    • Clinical education experiences provided nationwide in a standardized, structured, and collaborative manner with highly skilled accomplished Clinical Faculty.
  • Seamless transition into a variety of post-professional residency training programs (orthopaedics, sports, neurorehabilitation, etc.).

If you have any questions regarding the Doctor of Physical Therapy program, do not hesitate to contact us.

Consumer Information. Amounts for tuition, fees, books, and supplies are subject to change. The information included here is estimated for a full-time student.* South College follows the required methodology provided by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission for the reporting of employment information for graduates. This information is compiled on an annual basis and submitted to the Commission by October 15 each year for graduates during the most recently completed reporting year (July 1-June 30). For more detailed information related to the calculation of graduate employment rates, please click here .

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Doctorate Degree Online Programs

Doctorate degrees online earned through accredited schools are as valuable as traditional programs. When you earn this academic honor, you show that you have mastered a particular topic and, through research, have extended human knowledge. Having a doctorate degree earns you:

  • honor in your private life,
  • the prestige of being considered an expert in your field,
  • more chances to advance your career, your financial benefits, and your research opportunities.

How long does it take to complete?

Online doctorate degree coursework can take anywhere from two to four years. Besides the courses, the degree may include an internship, a practicum, a comprehensive exam, and research to write and defend the doctoral thesis. The thesis shows a student’s own original research and thought.

Doctoral students may complete their programs in less time through distance learning, depending on if their study is full-time or part-time. Some programs take only two years.

Popular types of doctoral degrees

The PhD – Doctor of Philosophy – is still one of the most popular doctorate degree both on campus or online. The most common doctorates that you can earn online are in the areas of business, management, psychology, education, human services, and technology. Here is a list of the popular programs:

  • DA. Doctor of Art of Administration
  • DD. Doctor of Divinity
  • DBA. Doctor of Business Administration
  • EdD. Education Doctorate
  • DPA. Doctor of Public Administration
  • EngD. Engineering Doctorate
  • PsyD. Psychology Doctorate
  • DHum. Doctor of Humanities
  • JD. Juris Doctor / Doctorate in Law

Accredited Online Doctorate Programs – Specializations

Are online doctoral programs completed entirely online?

Some doctoral programs may be completed 100% online. However, most online doctorate degrees require a face-to-face residency. These residencies may take place on campus or at other set venues.

Hybrid doctoral programs combine online study with attendance in a real world classroom. Students spend some time on campus during the program. Some programs call for an internship either on campus, within your community, or at a place of your choice. You defend your doctoral dissertation and attend your graduation ceremony on campus. Ask the online school of your choice how much time you must spend on campus.

Is studying online for you?

Doctorate degree online programs work best for independent learners who need or want flexibility. Those with an established career often do not wish to take time off work. Others simply prefer to study on their own due to busy schedules or family obligations.

To succeed in an online doctorate program, students must be self-motivated and able to learn with little or no supervision. Be sure to choose an accredited university. Confirm a college’s accreditation by using the US Department of Education or Council on Higher Education Accreditation’s databases.

Next steps after graduation

Once you earn your doctorate degree, a wide range of opportunities open. First, you need a doctorate to begin many careers. A clinical psychologist is one such career. Second, a doctorate allows you to publish in academic journals, consult, participate in research, speak at conferences, or teach at a university. A doctorate degree offers personal growth and development even if it does not necessarily mean more money.


Doctorate in business administration #doctorate #in #business #administration


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Your Career in Business Academia Starts Here

  • Our program is oriented toward training students to take academic jobs at research universities.
  • We offer five business disciplines: Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Operations and Information Management. Students receive strong training in their discipline.
  • Each department typically admits two to four students per year with full assistantships, allowing each student to receive full faculty attention.

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  1. 7 11 Hartford Graduate Info Session
  2. 8 2 Hartford Graduate Info Session
  3. 9 11 Hartford Graduate Info Session

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

05:00 PM – 06:45 PM

Hartford: Graduate Business Learning Center 100 Constitution Plaza, Hartford, CT 06103

It is extremely important that prospective students make informed choices regarding the selection of a graduate program, and attending an infosession is a valuable way to gather the missing pieces.

UConn’s graduate business infosessions are an ideal opportunity to learn first-hand about our highly ranked programs, meet with admissions representatives and hear from some of our faculty members. It’s also a great way to get acquainted with the campus and see where you would be attending classes.

This session will present information about the following programs:Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA, Executive MBA (EMBA), MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (MSBAPM), MS in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM), MS in Human Resource Management (MSHRM), and Ph.D in Business.

This session will also include a GMAT/GRE strategy session.

Online registration is required and can be completed at http://s.uconn.edu/3em

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

05:00 PM – 06:45 PM

Hartford: Graduate Business Learning Center 100 Constitution Plaza, Hartford, CT 06103

It is extremely important that prospective students make informed choices regarding the selection of a graduate program, and attending an infosession is a valuable way to gather the missing pieces.

UConn’s graduate business infosessions are an ideal opportunity to learn first-hand about our highly ranked programs, meet with admissions representatives and hear from some of our faculty members. It’s also a great way to get acquainted with the campus and see where you would be attending classes.

This session will present information about the following programs:Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA, Executive MBA (EMBA), MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (MSBAPM), MS in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM), MS in Human Resource Management (MSHRM), and Ph.D in Business.

This session will also include a GMAT/GRE strategy session.

Online registration is required and can be completed at http://s.uconn.edu/3en

Monday, September 11th, 2017

05:00 PM – 06:45 PM

Hartford: Graduate Business Learning Center 100 Constitution Plaza, Hartford, CT 06103

It is extremely important that prospective students make informed choices regarding the selection of a graduate program, and attending an infosession is a valuable way to gather the missing pieces.

UConn’s graduate business infosessions are an ideal opportunity to learn first-hand about our highly ranked programs, meet with admissions representatives and hear from some of our faculty members. It’s also a great way to get acquainted with the campus and see where you would be attending classes.

This session will present information about the following programs:Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA, Executive MBA (EMBA), MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (MSBAPM), MS in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM), MS in Human Resource Management (MSHRM), and Ph.D in Business.

This session will also include a GMAT/GRE strategy session.

Online registration is required and can be completed at http://s.uconn.edu/3eo


Psy doctorate #psy #doctorate


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Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology

Residence and Coursework

Normally, four years of residency are required unless transfer of credit is brought in and advanced standing granted. While the doctorate is not awarded simply or completion of stated course work, there are basic unit requirements for the degree (133 semester hours). Each student has a faculty advisor who assists in the planning of each semester’s schedule of courses and supervises the student’s progress in the program. For transfer credit, see General Academic Information.

Psychology: Psy.D. students must complete a minimum of 76 semester hours of psychology. These 76 units must include 46 required psychology units, 18 units of practicum and 12 units of elective psychology courses. Students may apply up to 6 units of graduate coursework from the School of Intercultural Studies toward the total psychology hours requirement.

Psychotherapy Laboratory: Students in the Psy.D. track must complete 21 units selected from psychotherapy lab courses. These are taken in the second, third, and fourth years.

Theology: All students must complete a minor in theology, which includes a minimum of 17 semester units.

Integration Seminars: All students participate in a series of seminars (14 units) devoted to the integration of a variety of theological and psychological concepts in research, theory, and practice.

Research: Students in Rosemead’s Psy.D. program may fulfill the 5 unit research component of their program either by writing a dissertation or by successfully completing a research sequence which includes a year-long doctoral research seminar, a doctoral paper consisting of a critical review of research literature on a clinical topic, and a proficiency examination on clinical research.

Second Year Evaluation ( Preliminary Oral Interview)

All students have an oral interview with a faculty committee to evaluate their progress and potential for successful completion of the doctoral program. This interview is scheduled after the completion of three semesters in residence, including at least one practicum assignment. The results of this interview are reported to faculty, which votes (1) allowing the student to continue, (2) allowing the student to continue with conditions, or (3) not allowing the student to continue in the doctoral program.

Comprehensive Examinations

All students must pass a set of doctoral-level comprehensive examinations covering the following areas: psychological assessment, intervention, professional ethics, and integration. These examinations are given twice during the summer and serve as the major means of evaluating a student’s suitability to continue studies toward the doctorate. The examinations may be taken after completion of 75% (100 units) of the course work and must be successfully completed prior to the Professional Qualifying Examination. Only one retake of the examination is allowed. The dates of the Comprehensive Examinations are specified in the Academic Calendar.

Admission to Candidacy

Official candidacy for the doctorate signifies an advanced stage in the student’s progress. In order to be admitted to candidacy the student must have:

  • Successfully completed the Preliminary Oral Interview
  • Passed the Comprehensive Examination
  • Received approval of the dissertation proposal by the Doctoral Committee or completed the two-semester, five credit Doctoral Research Seminar and comprehensive proficiency research examination.
  • Completed training therapy

Professional Qualifying Exam

All doctoral students must successfully complete a one-year, full-time clinical internship prior to graduation. All internships are approved in advance by the Director of Clinical Training. There is some provision for students to complete this requirement in two years at half-time status.

Completion of Training Therapy

All students must receive certification of completion of training therapy from the director of clinical training. A minimum of 50 hours of interpersonal therapy and 50 hours of individual therapy is required.

Dissertation OR Research Consumership Sequence

All Psy.D. students must demonstrate doctoral-level mastery of a research area in clinical psychology. This may be done by completing a dissertation or a doctoral paper. Most Psy.D. students elect to complete the doctoral paper research sequence. The research sequence necessary to complete the doctoral paper involves: (a) a two-semester, 5-credit doctoral research seminar focusing on the critical evaluation and utilization of clinical research; (b) a doctoral paper involving a critical review of research on a selected, clinically relevant topic; and (c) a proficiency examination evaluating the student’s ability to critically evaluate current clinical research. This proficiency exam is taken in conjunction with the first semester of the doctoral research seminar. Psy.D. students must register for five units either for dissertation or for the doctoral research seminar.

Final Examination

The final examination for Psy.D. students who write a dissertation is an oral defense of the dissertation before the doctoral committee and other invited professionals. Students completing the doctoral paper research sequence must pass the research proficiency exam given during the Doctoral Research Seminars.


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Doctorate Psychology (Top-up)

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If you currently have Registered Practitioner Status at master’s level, this course provides you with the opportunity to study theory and research related to a specialised area of psychology to doctorate level. The production of the advanced independent work also allows you to enhance your understanding of conducting research and of the ethical issues involved in this process

If you currently have Registered Practitioner Status at master’s level, this course provides you with the opportunity to study theory and research related to a specialised area of psychology to doctorate level. The production of the advanced independent work also allows you to enhance your understanding of conducting research and of the ethical issues involved in this process.

This programme is designed for applied psychologists who are already qualified and practising with the primary aim of providing a continued professional development route to top-up applied psychologist’s level of qualification to doctorate level. The core philosophy of the programme is to develop applied psychologists advanced research knowledge and skills to doctoral standard, which will contribute to their growth as evidenced-based practitioners. The programme will enable you to engage with issues of importance to applied psychology practice and research in a manner that gives you responsibility for the focus of study and assessment, as is appropriate at this advanced level of study. The assessment strategies make use of your choice over the area of study to ensure that the subject of assessment is relevant to your own and/or your institution’s professional practice. This ensures an appropriate combination of academic study and professional focus as well as an understanding of a substantial body of knowledge at the forefront of psychological theory and practice.
The clinical expertise of the programme team is diverse, covering a broad range of specialist areas in psychology. The programme team embrace the research informed learning agenda of this academic programme and use their expertise within their specialist field and research to support you through your studies.

Modules

Stage 1 (12 months)

This module will assist you to ethically consider a research topic in applied psychology, critically appraise research knowledge in relation to the topic and to formulate research questions for your proposed study involving systematic review methods.

Stage 2 (18 months)

This modules provides the opportunity for applied psychologists to consolidate your learning experiences throughout the programme through a self-initiated research project that significantly contributes to the development of new knowledge within the context of applied psychology. In addition, skills necessary for publication of empirical work will be developed.

Modules offered may vary.

How you learn

You learn through lectures, small discussion groups and on-going individual supervision. The virtual learning environment is also used to provide learning resources for each module and an interactive learning environment to enable you to discuss materials with other students and the teaching staff.

How you are assessed

There is a variety of assessment methods used throughout the programme. These include an oral and written presentation of the research proposal, ethics submission and the production of a 35-40,000-word advanced independent work followed by a viva voce.

Career opportunities

The programme provides a route whereby psychologists who are fully licensed by the statutory regulator to practise as psychologists can top up their qualification to a doctorate award and develop advanced research methods skills.

Entry requirements

All applicants should have:

  • HCPC registration as a practitioner psychologist
  • a minimum of three years’ experience in current psychological practice.

You will be required to attend an interview for this course.

For additional information please see the entry requirements in our admissions section


PhD Program – Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration #online #doctorate #public #administration


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PhD Program – Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Public Administration at Rutgers SPAA is a research degree. It trains students for careers as scholars, researchers, and teachers in the diverse and dynamic field of public management and administration.

  • The development and attainment of research, scholarship and teaching skills in the field of public administration.
  • Conducting and producing original research.
  • Professional career preparation.

Through disciplined research, the PhD in Public Administration seeks to expand the knowledge base and problem-solving capacities of universities, independent research organizations and government and nonprofit agencies. Such entities are routinely expected to conceptualize and carry out research relevant to the processes of acquiring human, fiscal and informational resources; utilizing those resources efficiently and effectively; and producing desired social and policy outcomes.

Rutgers SPAA is one of the top-ranked schools in public management and administration in the U.S. according to U.S. News World Report . We have a widely published and internationally recognized core faculty, and our doctoral graduates are teaching and gaining tenure at dozens of universities throughout the United States and around the world. We are also proud that the Rutgers-Newark campus is one of the most diverse in the US, and that our PhD program contributes substantially to that diversity. We encourage applications from women and people of color, as well as international students.

Before enrolling, applicants must have received an MPA or other relevant master’s degree (e.g. public policy, political science, sociology, law, education, public health, social work, etc.). Consideration of applications begins on February 1 for admission to the fall semester. Admissions decisions are not made for the spring semester. It is particularly important for applicants to have taken the GRE before submitting an application.

Most core curriculum classes meet on Monday through Thursday afternoons. Field courses and electives offered through other departments usually meet in the early evenings. Students may also take elective offerings at other Rutgers campuses.

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Public Health Doctor of Public Health

Prepare to think critically and lead effectively while facing ever more complex public health issues. With Capella University’s online Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) degree program you’ll be provided with opportunities to collaborate with other public and private sector professionals whose work often intersects with the field of public health. You will also analyze and apply research to the design of public health programs, devise equitable solutions to address immediate and long-term public health issues as well as lead collaboratively with integrity and social responsibility. The interprofessional education you’ll receive at Capella University will help you collaborate across disciplines to improve health outcomes throughout your community.

  • Professionally Aligned: Our competency-based curriculum allows you to gain the relevant competencies that employers require.
  • Credible: The DrPH curriculum is designed around the essential elements of an education in public health recommended in the Blue Ribbon Public Health Employers Advisory Board Report.
  • Real-World Experience: Our integrated doctoral capstone and practicum allow you to work with an organization to solve real-world challenges–giving you the professional experience you need to lead at the top of your field.

The Building Blocks of your DrPH

Your first course incorporates our Learner Success Lab into core assignments to help you learn the tools to manage your time and use your resources effectively—keeping you as efficient as possible throughout your entire program.

Beyond your first course you’ll have support staff, teaching assistants, a faculty mentor once you enter your capstone, and more to keep you on the path of success to graduation—including a keystone course to transition you from your program-specific courses to your integrated doctoral capstone and practicum. Working through your doctoral capstone and practicum together as part of your final project allows you to seek guidance from faculty, network with stakeholders, and solve a real-life organizational issue for your practicum site—giving you real-world experience leading change.


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Rider University announces 1st doctorate program

LAWRENCE — Rider University announced that it will offer its first doctorate program in the school’s 152-year history.

The 51-credit program for a doctor of education in educational leadership will begin in July with 12 to 15 candidates.

It is designed to be completed in three years and includes coursework on campus and online and two summer residencies.

“This degree builds on our undergraduate and master’s programs in education and addresses a great need for career educators who are ready to become leaders,” Sharon Sherman, dean of the College of Education Human Services, said.

Students will focus on education reform, instructional leadership, educational accountability and assessment, research methods and data analysis, the social context of education, politics and governance, teachers and training and resource allocation and deployment.

After completing the required coursework, each candidate will work on a dissertation focusing on a complex program important to a school or district.

The program was reviewed and approved both internally and externally by the New Jersey President’s Council and an outside professor from the Bank Street College of Education in New York.

The state’s Office of the Secretary of Higher Education is expected to grant final approval for the program later this month.

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Online Doctoral Degree Programs in International Business #doctorate #in #business #online, #online #doctoral #degree #programs #in #international #business


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Online Doctoral Degree Programs in International Business

Essential Information

No public or private, not-for-profit colleges or universities offer doctoral programs in international business online. However, some accredited, for-profit schools do offer such programs that are available largely online. Available degrees in the fully or blended online and on-campus formats include the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in International Business and the Doctor of Business Administration in International Business. These programs might have in-person residency requirements. Applicants to the doctoral programs will need a master’s degree in a related field.

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Doctorate in International Business

Doctoral degree programs focus primarily on furthering research and exploring new or existing theoretical concepts in the field. To earn a doctoral degree in this field, students must earn upwards of 60 credit hours. Programs are geared toward existing business professionals and those with related master’s degrees.

Information and Requirements

Online students enrolled in international business doctorate programs engage in virtual seminars and then perform their own research into a particular aspect of the field, such as international business and finance, international business and management, global trade influence or international investments. Classes are taught by instructors via virtual classrooms, although the majority of doctoral work and research is performed by a student alone.

Many online doctoral programs in international business require students to complete up to eight days of an in-person residency. Students are required to attend courses on campus, meet with advisors to discuss dissertation requirements and network with other students.

Course Topics

The online courses included within a doctoral degree program in international business are designed to enhance students’ knowledge of business ethics and professional business development strategies through intensive and individualized study. Some seminar courses that are commonly included in online programs in international business include:

  • Global business challenges and strategies
  • Business operations in a global environment
  • International finance and fiscal leadership
  • International marketing
  • Organizational behavior theory
  • Global supply chain management
  • Global management of information technology

Career Information

Doctoral programs in international business are ideal for those individuals who are interested in working at the top-most levels of international corporations, banks or financial research institutions. Other graduates may work in research or teaching at the college level. Individuals who hold advanced knowledge of international business theory and global business strategies may be qualified to take on some of the following roles:

  • Chief treasurer
  • Chief financial officer
  • Chief executive officer
  • Financial controller
  • International investment specialist
  • Dean of business
  • Chief information officer
  • College professor

Students interested in studying international marketing, global management and business operations from the global perspective can earn a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in International Business or a Doctor of Business Administration in International Business. These degree programs are available in hybrid and fully online formats and can lead students to careers as chief financial officers, international investments specialists and more.

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Counseling and Counselor Education: Degrees – Programs: Graduate: School of Education: Indiana University #counseling #degrees, #mental #health #counselor, #school #counselor, #counseling #psychologist, #master’s, #licensure, #doctorate, #degrees, #faculty, #students, #contact


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Counseling and Counselor Education

Few careers offer the opportunity to make a real difference in someone s life nearly every day. Counseling is one of them.

As a counselor, you ll work directly with individuals, couples, and families as they seek solutions to the challenges of everyday life. Our flexible program allows you to choose your area of emphasis, from school counseling to substance abuse and other mental health issues. Apply online today!

Degrees Offered:
Overview

At the IU School of Education, you ll receive a solid foundation in a wide range of theoretical approaches by some of the leading researchers in the field. Our Counseling and Counselor Education program is ranked #10 in the nation by U.S. News World Report. And our graduates hold top positions in education, health care, private practice, corrections, community health services, and in business and industry.

Our curriculum follows the scientist-practitioner model, where research informs your clinical practice, and your classroom experiences inform your theoretical understanding of the field. In addition to course work, you ll pursue independent research and gain real-world experience in a clinical setting.

Our Faculty

Our faculty members are both experienced clinical practitioners and innovators in the field of counseling and counseling psychology. Their research interests are broad, including family and marriage therapy, sports psychology, leadership and group dynamics, substance abuse prevention, career counseling, and the specialized psychological needs of different ethnic and cultural groups.

Careers

Our graduates are working in a variety of settings, including education, community mental health, private practice, substance abuse treatment, domestic violence, sexual assault, and corrections.

Our Education Careers office can help you with the job search process, from developing an effective portfolio to preparing for interviews. Your faculty advisor can also be helpful as you prepare your resume, cover letter, and other materials.

Contact

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Bloomington, Indiana 47405
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