Online Learning Update

December 31, 2016

Northeastern University’s EdD program helps students put their ideas into practice

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am

by Northeastern University

Now available in Hong Kong thanks to the assistance of Kaplan Higher Education, Northeastern’s doctor of education (EdD) program combines a first-rate syllabus with the advantages of distance learning. The program can be completed in three years and offers a hybrid learning experience with online classwork, plus face-to-face learning experiences. Designed for professionals who want to advance their careers, the program aims to foster the leadership skills and knowledge base needed for participants to effect meaningful change. It also enables students to remain committed to their communities while studying. Dr Mya M. Mangawang, Northeastern’s director of graduate programs in education, says “By connecting qualified, innovative, and passionate individuals with others from around the world, we are making it possible for our students to become true agents of change.” Northeastern University is based in Boston, US.

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