Some programs feature a short residency designed to help students explore concepts that are best demonstrated in person, while networking with others and with faculty. Most, but not all, residencies are a few days to two weeks in duration and occur with advance notice.
Programs that Include a Residency Requirement
- Ph.D. in Educational Studies with specialization in Educational Leadership and Higher Education
- Ed.D. in Educational Administration with area of study in P-12 School Leadership (Superintendent Endorsement)
- M.Ed. with area of study in P-12 School Leadership (Principal Endorsement)
- M.Ed. or M.A. in Special Education with specialization in Visual Impairment
Hybrid Distance Education Programs
Hybrid programs are offered through a combination of online and on-campus instruction.
Hybrid master’s degrees require students complete the majority of their coursework online along with at least two on-campus summer research seminars.
The hybrid Master of Arts in Textile History/Quilt Studies program is offered through a combination of online and on-campus instruction. This program requires a spring semester of traditional on-campus courses totaling nine credit hours. Most students complete a non-thesis option with a professional internship; a thesis option (with permission) is occasionally pursued.