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Feb. 20 Open House for Educational Leadership Doctoral Program offered in Fargo

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The UND Department of Educational Leadership (EDL) will host an informational open house on Wednesday, February 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 19thAvenue North in Fargo.

The part-time Educational Leadership Doctoral Program will be offered face-to-face in Fargo beginning fall 2013. Doctoral students will meet periodically on the weekends and use online technology to complete supplemental coursework.

The EDL Doctoral Program with an Emphasis in PreK-12 Education prepares individuals for positions as principals, superintendents, and other upper-level administrator roles.

The EDL Doctoral Program with an Emphasis in Higher Education prepares individuals for prominent administrative positions in academic affairs, student affairs, and other leadership positions in higher education.

If you are interested in the EDL doctoral program offered in Fargo, please attend the February 20 open house. EDL faculty members will be available to discuss curriculum, admissions requirements, and how the Fargo off-campus program will work.

For more information about the EDL doctoral program and the February 20 open house, visit http://distance.UND.edu/degree/?id=edldoctorate or call 1.800.CALL.UND or 701.777.3000.

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February 13, 2013 at 7:33 am

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