Open house set Wednesday for new education doctorate degree program in Fargo
College of Education & Human Development
The University of North Dakota's Department of Educational Leadership will host an informational open house on Wed., Feb. 20, for PreK-12 and higher education administrators interested in earning their doctorates in educational leadership. The open house will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Enterprise 110 Room in the Skills & Technology Training Center at 1305 19th Avenue North in Fargo.
The part-time doctoral program will be offered face-to-face in Fargo beginning fall 2013 and is designed to prepare educators for prominent leadership roles. Students will meet periodically on the weekends and use online technology to complete supplemental coursework.
UND faculty members will be available at the open house to discuss curriculum, admissions requirements, and how the Fargo off-campus program will work. For more information, contact UND Online & Distance Education at 1.800.CALL.UND or 701.777.3000 or visit educationonline.UND.edu.
About UND College of Education & Human Development
The College of Education & Human Development at the University of North Dakota is among the largest and most extensive colleges of its kind between Minneapolis and Seattle. The College possesses an excellent reputation in the region and boasts highly reputed and popular academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, productive and innovative faculty and staff, extensive network of distance programs, and a talented and diverse student body.
Swangler, Jennifer, "Open house set Wednesday for new education doctorate degree program in Fargo" (2013). UND News Archive. 405.