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Fischler School of EDUCATION and HUMAN SERVICES. The Education Major: 6/1/05. The Education Major. Committee Members Tony DeNapoli, EdD Maryellen Maher, PhD Dana Mills, PhD Barbara Packer, EdD Tim Shields, EdD. History . Three Faculty Town Meetings

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the education major
The Education Major

Committee Members

Tony DeNapoli, EdD

Maryellen Maher, PhD

Dana Mills, PhD

Barbara Packer, EdD

Tim Shields, EdD

  • Three Faculty Town Meetings
  • Six Regional Meetings with Field Associates
  • Meeting with the President
  • Meetings with Main Campus Resource Centers
    • OIT, Licensure/State Relations, Research and Planning, Registrar, Financial Aid, Budget, Payroll, Marketing
  • Individual Faculty Meetings (by concentration)
  • Core Seminar Meetings
  • Ongoing Committee Meetings
doctoral programoverview
Doctoral ProgramOverview
  • Core Seminars (3) 18 Cr
  • Research Elective 3 Cr
  • Applied Dissertation 12 Cr
  • Concentration Area 18 Cr (minimum)
  • Minor/Electives 15 Cr (variable)
  • TOTAL 66 Cr (minimum)
core seminars 6 credits each
Core Seminars: 6 Credits Each
  • Leadership
    • Ron Parlett, EdD
  • Methods of Inquiry
    • Jared Bucker, PhD
  • Trends and Issues
    • Sharon Santilli, EdD
  • Educational Leadership - Don Gainey, EdD
  • Healthcare Education - Tom Thompson, PhD
  • Higher Education - Alan Cohen, EdD
  • Human Services Administration - Bruce Brydges, EdD
  • Instructional Leadership - Mel Coleman, EdD
  • Instructional Technology and Distance Education –

Todd Curless, PhD; Charles Schlosser, PhD; Mike Simonson, PhD

  • Organizational Leadership - Vesna Beck, EdD
  • Special Education - Tony Bright, PhD
  • Speech-Language Pathology – Shelley Victor, EdD
  • Adult Education
  • Autism
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Curriculum Development
  • Gerontology
  • Human Resource Development
  • Urban Education
  • Community College
admissions requirements
Admissions Requirements

Effective Fall 2005

The following is a listing of admission requirements for applicants seeking admission into

the doctoral program at the Fischler School of Education and Human Services (FSEHS).

  • Complete and submit an FSEHS admissions application.
  • Submit a $50.00 non-refundable admissions application fee, payable to NSU.
  • Submit an official master’s degree transcript from a regionally accredited institution (a 3.0 cumulative GPA is required).


Submit an official course-by-course evaluation by Josef Silny & Associates, Inc. or World Education Services (Refer to Alternative Admissions Requirements).

admissions cont d
Admissions (cont’d)
  • Submit two professional letters of recommendation. The letters of recommendation must be provided by two different individuals who can attest to the applicant’s ability to succeed in a doctoral program.
  • Current employment or relevant work experience in field.
  • Submit a test score report showing that the applicant received a raw score of 37 (scaled score between 391-396) on the Millers Analogies Test (MAT) or a combined score of 1000 on the verbal and quantitative sections of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). If the score falls below the minimum requirement, the applicant must submit a rationale in essay format providing an explanation of why scores do not reflect the student’s academic potential.
    • NOTE – GRE / MAT not required for international students
  • Applicants who are non-native English speakers and/or applicants who earned their highest degree at a non-U.S. institution may be required to provide proof of having scored a minimum of 213 on the computer-based or 550 on the paper-based TOEFL exam.
coordinated student advising
Coordinated Student Advising
  • Doctoral Enrollment Counselors
  • Field Associates
  • Dissertation Committee
  • Faculty
required face to face meetings
Required face-to-face meetings
  • All doctoral students are required to attend DSO prior to first enrollment in coursework
  • All doctoral students are required to attend Summer Conference in their first year of study
status update state licensing
Status Update State Licensing
  • As of May 27, 2005, the Education Major is authorized in:
    • Alabama
    • California
    • Colorado
    • Delaware
    • Florida
    • Georgia
    • Louisiana
    • Nevada
    • New Mexico
    • Pennsylvania
    • Virginia
    • Washington
    • Wisconsin
states currently evaluating formal notification material
States Currently Evaluating Formal Notification Material
  • As of May 27, 2005, states that are still evaluating our notification material:
    • Arizona
    • South Carolina
    • Texas
    • Vermont
public hearings other reviews
Public Hearings/Other Reviews
  • States with required public hearings or other types of reviews, 5/27/05
    • Massachusetts
    • Indiana
    • Illinois
    • Missouri
international sites
International Sites
  • Jamaica: UCJ is evaluating the material
  • Canada: Will continue to offer the DEDL program in Vancouver until complete review sometime prior to 2007
  • Dominican Republic, Korea, Mexico, Venezuela: FSEHS will obtain authorization through its own contacts in these countries.
on going communication
On-going communication….
  • Monthly Education Major Committee meetings
  • OFS/OAA conference calls with field associates
  • Regional meetings with field associates and dissertation chairs
  • Meetings with marketing staff
  • Email notification to all current doctoral students
  • Meetings with doctoral enrollment counselors and “lead” faculty for concentrations