Leadership in Academic Advising Doctorate
The leadership in academic advising doctoral program prepares professionals for roles in leadership, research and teaching focused on academic advising in higher education. The courses emphasize the need to recognize the contributions of diversity, theory, practice and research to professional advising.
The first cohort will begin in 2020.
This program is offered as a specialization within the counseling and student development doctoral program and requires a minimum of 90 credit hours post-baccalaureate.
You will complete the program as a cohort and will take the doctoral courses in a planned sequence of six credit hours per semester (fall, spring and summer). All courses will be offered using K-State Online (Canvas), our course management system. Some synchronous class and cohort sessions will be required via Zoom, our interactive video system. A one-week, on-campus session will be required during each of the first three summers of the program.
If you are planning to attend the 2018 NACADA Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 2018, please attend our presentation about this new online doctoral program at 2 p.m., Oct. 2 in Room 125A. If you are unable to attend the presentation, please visit Booth 43 to learn more.
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