As doctoral students you have taken on a challenging academic program to enhance your academic learning and your professional skills. We recognize that you are balancing busy lives that include work and family in addition to your education. Our goal is to help you be successful as students and to guide you in making the most of this opportunity.
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Twin Cities Graduate Studies Resources
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The HIED Program is organized around a set of transition points that serve as benchmarks within the program and provide for individual assessment and program accountability.
Transition Point 1:
Admissions and Orientation to the EdD Program
Transition Point 2:
Qualifying Examination and Advancement to Candidacy
Transition Point 3:
Dissertation Proposal Defense
Transition Point 4:
Final Dissertation Defense and Program Completion
Transition Point 5:
Post-Graduation Follow-Up Survey
Cohort One Projects:
Cohort Two Projects:
Cohort Three Projects: