NOV-FSE-201 Asia Trifold_OCTR2:Layout 1 11/7/12 3:51 PM Page 1 APPLICATION GUIDELINES AND CHECKLIST A BLENDED DOCTOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAM IN Download and complete the Doctor of Education Admission Application packet from: THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS ASIA FROM THE LEADER IN DISTANCE EDUCATION http://www.fischlerschool.nova.edu/asiaedd Prepare a bank draft for USD $50 (non-refundable application fee) made out to “NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY” OR a Since 1971, Nova Southeastern University has been an industry leader check for USD $50 issued from a bank in the USA and made in distance education. With annual enrollments of over 11,000 out to “NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY.” students, in 15 countries worldwide, Nova provides innovative online Submit along with your application photocopies of BOTH your instruction to students across the globe. In Asia, the Ed.D. program undergraduate and master’s degree certificates AND is offered in a blended (online and on-site) format: Academic Transcripts. Send Official Academic Transcripts directly from the 3 SITES IN ASIA university/universities to Mr. Gerry Lopez (mailing address below). Shanghai Seoul Kuala Lumpur Get TWO individuals (who can attest to your ability to succeed Intake in January 2013 Intake in May 2013 Intake in August 2013 in a doctoral program) to complete the Recommendation for Shanghai Seoul Kuala Lumpur Admission Form. A form is included in the Doctor of Education Admission Application; make an additional copy. References should be provided to you in a sealed envelope to submit along with your application or be sent directly to address below. Send your COMPLETE application packet to: Specialize in one of the following concentrations: Mr. Gerry Lopez Coordinator of International Student Affairs Educational Leadership Office of Student Services Nova Southeastern University, Higher Education Leadership 1750 NE 167th St. Instructional Leadership North Miami Beach, FL 33162-3017, USA Tel: +1 (954) 262 7805 Fax: +1 (954) 262 2712 Instructional Technology & Distance Education Email: email@example.com The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) from Nova Southeastern University is Reading For further information/clarification, please contact: a challenging but flexible program that is geared to meet the needs of Special Education 40%NT Dr. Vanaja Nethi busy working professionals in Asia, as it accommodates their need to DISCOU Health Care Education Regional Liaison for Asia/Program Professor be mobile. In this blended delivery format, the program requires ON TUITION Email: firstname.lastname@example.org students to be on-site for a total of 10 days during the 3 on-site Human Services Administration Tel: +6 (012) 291 6605 *special condit ions apply sessions which are spread over 3 terms. Each on-site session, 3 or 4 Nursing Mr. Adam Murray days in length, is scheduled on weekends, while the rest of the Organizational Leadership Assistant Site Coordinator (Asia) program is online..............The best of both worlds. Email: email@example.com Speech-Language Pathology Tel: +81 (054) 270 5188 Allow 4 weeks for processing (from date of receipt of your COMPLETE application). 3-YEAR PROGRAM FOR SMALL CLASS SIZES WORKING PROFESSIONALS GRE/MAT WAIVED TUITION, FEES, and BOOKS (USD): Admission Application Fee: $50 (nonrefundable); Student Services & Registration fees: $330 per term (for 9 terms); Doctoral Tuition: $955 per credit (for 69 credits) and Application for Graduation Fee: $100; Books: $3000 (approx.). Total approximate costs for 3 years: $72,000. Approximate costs for students fischlerschool.nova.edu/asia fischlerschool.nova.edu/asia enrolled in the Asia cohorts with discounted tuition: $45,600.
NOV-FSE-201 Asia Trifold_OCTR2:Layout 1 11/7/12 3:51 PM Page 2 DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAM DOCTOR OF EDUCATION (ED.D.) Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) The Ed.D. Program offers students an individualized approach with flexible curriculum choices and various instructional delivery options. Concentrations [18-24 credits] The concentration component of the Doctor of Education allows THREE-YEAR PLAN students to maximize their knowledge and skill set in their current Each student gains expertise in his or her chosen concentration and and/or emerging fields. Concentrations require a minimum of 18 supplements that study area with an additional concentration, a minor credits in the area of study but may require up to 24 credits. All Courses listed in BOLD & UNDERLINED are on-site sessions. There are 3 on-site in another area, or with electives from multiple disciplines. Concentration courses are delivered online only. sessions, of 4 days, 3 days, and 3 days respectively, all conducted over WEEKENDS. The rest of the program is delivered online. All students will be required to earn a minimum of 69 credits as Concentrations include outlined in the program components; however, students may choose • Educational Leadership to select multiple concentrations or electives of interest to complement their degrees. • Health Care Education • Higher Education Leadership YEAR 1 • Human Services Administration Term 1 (4 days ON-SITE) Term 2 (3 days ON-SITE) Term 3 (ONLINE) Students may elect to take their core seminars online or at one of our • Instructional Leadership on-site program locations. All concentration and elective courses are • Instructional Technology and Distance Education Doctoral Studies Orientation EDD 9300 Methods of Inquiry ARC 9300 Advanced Research delivered completely online. & Leadership Development • Nursing Education 0 credits 6 credits • Organizational Leadership EDD 9200 Trends & Issues ARC 8966 Concept Paper 3 credits Core Seminars [18 credits] • Reading Education 6 credits 2 credits ARC 8967 Proposal All students are required to successfully complete the three • Special Education Term 1 Total Term 2 Total 5 credits core seminars. These foundation seminars are designed to • Speech-Language Pathology 6 credits 8 credits Term 3 Total enhance competence in these areas, which are prominent in any 8 credits chosen discipline. Electives/Minors [9-24 credits] Through the electives component, students can individualize their Core seminars include • Leadership doctoral degrees. Depending on the number of credits required in their main concentration, students must complete the minimum YEAR 2 • Methods of Inquiry 69-credit requirement using electives. These electives may also be Term 4 (3 days ON-SITE) Term 5 (ONLINE) Term 6 (ONLINE) • Trends and Issues applied toward a second concentration [18-24 credits] or a minor [15 Research Elective [3 credits] credits]. All Elective courses are delivered online only. EDD 9100 Leadership Concentration Concentration Each student is required to elect one supplemental research course 6 credits 3 credits 3 credits Minors include in addition to the research seminar. Throughout the research elective, Concentration Concentration Concentration • Adult Education students gain specific knowledge in the applied research method 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits • Applied Behavioral Analysis selected for their dissertations. Term 4 Total ARC 8968 Dissertation Report Term 6 Total • Autism 9 credits 6 credits 5 credits Research electives include • Brain-Based Leadership Term 5 Total • Advanced Program Evaluation • Charter School Education/Leadership 11 credits • Advanced Statistical Methods • Community College Leadership • Measurement, Testing, and Assessment • Conflict Resolution • Mixed Methods • Program Evaluation • Curriculum Development • Early Childhood YEAR 3 • Psycho-Educational Assessment • Gerontology Term 7 (ONLINE) Term 8 (ONLINE) Term 9 (ONLINE) • Qualitative Research • Human Resources Development • Research Design and Methods • School Business Leadership Concentration Minor or Elective Minor or Elective • Single Subject Research • Urban Education 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits • Statistical Methods Concentration or Minor or Elective Minor or Elective Minor or Elective Applied Dissertation [12 credits] • Survey Research 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits The applied dissertation is a detailed, accurate, and cohesive account *Elective Term 8 Total Term 9 Total ARC 9300 Advanced Research and Leadership Development of a scholarly investigation designed to answer a research question 6 credits 6 credits 3 credits Focuses on research design, implementation, and analysis and its directed toward the improvement of practice in education and human services. Research is distinguished by a theory-to-practice model Term 7 Total place in leading educational change. As an integral component of this 9 credits course, students are strongly encouraged to attend the Abraham S. encompassing a diversity of disciplines. Each student is assigned a Fischler School of Education (FSE) Summer Conference. Attendance faculty committee to facilitate and supervise the process. at the conference facilitates a one-week face-to-face component with The Applied Dissertation includes both national and international research leaders and members of the • Concept Paper students dissertation committees. Prerequisite: EDD 9200. For • Proposal additional information, please visit the Summer Conference Web site • Applied Dissertation Report at http://schoolofed.nova.edu/summer. Nova Southeastern University admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin. Nova Southeastern University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and fischlerschool.nova.edu/asia Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, Telephone number: 404-679-4501) to award associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees.