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To better serve Fort Hays State University’s students and employees, FHSU has partnered with three distance education providers of terminal degree programs (Phd and EdD). Each partner has a specific delivery method and programs. Below you will find more information on each university.
If you’re interested in earning your PhD in business, Fort
Hays State University (FHSU) is here to help you achieve that goal. To save you
both time and expense, FHSU has partnered with Northcentral University (NCU), a
fully accredited, private distance learning institution that offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Business and Technology Management, Education and Behavior and Health Sciences. On December 1, 2011, FHSU and NCU updated a “Transfer and
Articulation Agreement,” which allows a seamless transfer for MBA graduates from FHSU into NCU doctoral programs, including the Doctorate of Business Administration and the PhD in Business.
At the current time, no other comparative MBA programs in the
State of Kansas have this relationship with NCU.
more information, please contact Rachel Dolechek, MBA Coordinator at Fort Hays
State University, or visit the Northcentral University Web site.
Lamar UniversityLamar University and FHSU have partnered to offer graduates of FHSU’s EDs programs a pathway to an Ed.D. Students in this program will complete FHSU’s 30 credit hour Education Specialist degree in either the Education Administration (superintendent track) or Education Leadership (Administrator, IT, or Staff Track) track. Students may then transfer all 30 credits into Lamar University’s College of Education to complete a Doctorate of Education Leadership.At Lamar University, student will complete six courses in an accelerated five week class model, with one week off between classes. Then the final 12 credits will involve the final preparation, research, and acceptance of a final dissertation. Students must complete the FHSU program with a GPA of 3.0 or above to be considered for this partnership. More information about the partnership can be found on the College of Education’s Advanced Education Program site. Baker University Beginning the fall of 2014, FHSU has partnered with Baker University to offer an Ed.D. in Education Leadership. The delivery of this program is cohort based, and requires evening videoconferences hosted at FHSU each semester. The program is 59+ hours and open to a variety of FHSU Graduate School graduates. Prospective students must meet all Baker University admission requirements.
For more information about business/domestic partnerships, please contact Dennis King.&For more information about international partnerships, please contact Cindy Elliott.