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August 2010

Release Date: Aug. 27, 2010ASU Logo

ASU to Host Information Session for TTU Education Doctorate

Area educators interested in earning a doctorate in educational leadership close to home can learn about the opportunity Sept. 11 in Angelo State University’s College of Education, which will host a Texas Tech University doctoral program next spring in San Angelo.

Candidates interested in entering the Texas Tech program are invited to attend an informational session from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, in Room 101 of the Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive, on the ASU campus.

Up to 15 participants in the program will be chosen by Texas Tech faculty from West Texas applicants. The program will begin in January of 2011 with two classes each semester for three years followed by dissertation work, all on the ASU campus.

The collaborative program will include a blend of online and traditional classes. Classroom instruction will be offered in the New Family Technology Room in the EFA Building for video conferencing from Texas Tech.

Interested educators must have experience in educational administration to apply for the program. Deadline for applications and portfolios is Oct. 15, and the application is available on the Texas Tech College of Education website at http://cms.educ.ttu.edu.

ASU College of Education Dean John Miazga said ASU faculty and staff will provide support in the program as mentors and as members of dissertation committees.

For more information on the educational leadership doctoral program, call the ASU College of Education at (325) 486-6603.