To register click here. Registration is required to attend the event. This event requires a $20 registration fee.
Join prospective and current students, faculty, and staff at the 2014 AHE Student and Faculty Fall Retreat, which will be held on NIU's campus on Saturday, September 13th. Check-in begins at 8:00 and the event will run from 8:45 am – 3:30 pm. At the retreat, attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of sessions which cover topics such as pathways through the AHE Master's and Doctoral Programs, how to turn your research idea into a research project, an introduction to the American Psychological Association (APA) writing style, the Institutional Review Board (IRB) process, and the how to use the online library. Students will also have the unique opportunity to view their peers' professional and scholarly work during sessions throughout the day. Lunch and a light breakfast will be provided. Following the event will be an open social hosted by the Adult and Higher Education Student Association (AHESA). More information about the location of the social will be shared prior to the event.
This event will be held in the Gabel Hall Learning Center on the NIU Main (DeKalb) Campus. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact CAHE_Advisor@niu.edu. Attendees will be able to park in the Blue and Yellow permit spaces in the "C" lot for free on the day of the event. Please do not park in any of the reserved spaces. Click here to view our parking map: http://www.niu.edu/parking/_pdf/x_parking_map.pdf.
SUMMER 2014: There will be no Qualifying Exam or Master's Exam. Please register for Fall Exams, dates to be announced.
CANDIDACY EXAM: You must register for Candidacy Exam (CAHA 798), the semester prior, i.e. register for CAHA 798 Summer 2014, register for Candidacy Exam Spring 2014.
Any questions, please contact Dr. Gyant, email@example.com
Before attempting the candidacy examination, students pursuing the Ed.D. in adult and higher education are required to pass a qualifying examination. This examination must be taken after completion of at least 15, but not more than 24 semester hours of an approved official program of courses, not including deficiency courses or courses taken as part of a master's program.
The AHE doctoral program admits students for Fall admission only. To be assured of consideration for admission to the doctoral program in adult and higher education, completed applications and all supporting credentials must be received by the Graduate School no later than February 1 for admission to fall semester.
New candidacy exam guidelines will be effective Fall 2013. Information about the new candidacy exam procedures can be found at http://www.cedu.niu.edu/cahe/ahe/forms_doc.shtml Please note that students must meet with their dissertation committees one semester prior to enrolling in CAHA 798 under these new guidelines. Also note options for those who have already successfully completed CAHA 798.