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The Value of Applied Doctorates in Graduate Culture

The Value of Applied Doctorates in Graduate Culture

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Featuring Dr. Jennifer Douglas
Dean, Graduate Studies and Research

In this podcast, we sat down with Dr. Jennifer Douglas to discuss the brand-new doctoral degree programs offered by American Public University System (APUS). Dr. Douglas explains the value of applied doctorates in today’s competitive professional world – and offers advice and information on the various components of each year of the doctoral degree programs.

APUS is offering a Doctor of Strategic Intelligence and a Doctor of Global Security.

 

 

About the Speaker

Dr. Jennifer Douglas is the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at American Public University System. Dr. Douglas holds a master’s degree and a doctoral degree in English, both from the University of Rochester in New York. Her teaching interests include graduate and undergraduate writing, 20th-century literature and teaching strategies for adult learners. Dr. Douglas’s career in higher education spans several universities, including Houghton College, the University of Rochester, Trinity Christian College and West Virginia University.

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