doctor of law and policy

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  1. nwankwo_e

    nwankwo_e New Member

    Can someone tell me of any 2-3 year Doctor of Law and Policy program other than that of Northeastern University? Thanks!
     
  2. Abrahamfiz

    Abrahamfiz New Member

    There is Alliant International university PhD in Psychology, Law and Public Policy
     
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  3. datby98

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  4. Abrahamfiz

    Abrahamfiz New Member

    Liberty program in content seems not bad but as being for-profit institution, I don’t know the value of their degree on the market. Choose wisely.
     
  5. Dustin

    Dustin Well-Known Member

    Liberty has been discussed extensively on this board. They're actually nonprofit: https://www.liberty.edu/online/nonprofit-online-university/
     
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  6. Abrahamfiz

    Abrahamfiz New Member

    I didn’t know that thanks for the information
     
  7. chrisjm18

    chrisjm18 Well-Known Member

    Alliant is actually a for-profit. Liberty has never been a for-profit, though I'll admit it operates a for-profit-like online division. Nonetheless, my Liberty Ph.D. worked for me. I obtained a tenure-track position though this was never my goal when I began my program.
     
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  8. nosborne48

    nosborne48 Well-Known Member

    Wow, two or three years to a dissertation doctorate? Is that really doable? Or is this not a dissertation degree?
     
  9. Abrahamfiz

    Abrahamfiz New Member

    Yes, it’s doable as you doing your dissertation at the same time you taking classes
     
  10. Abrahamfiz

    Abrahamfiz New Member

    Hey guys I want your opinion on this program I got the admission from.

    Doctorate in Defense & Strategic Studies at Missouri State University in Washington D.C.
    It is run by foreign policy experts and diplomats all at the highest level in their field. The program is heavily focused on Weapons of Mass Destruction, Arms Control, Diplomacy, Terrorism and Foreign policy. You can take classes online as well as on campus but there is a compulsory internship. I like the fact the program is in Washington D.C and has its own networks.

    https://dss.missouristate.edu/Doctorate/program-requirements.htm

    faculty teaching the program
    https://dss.missouristate.edu/faculty-and-staff.aspx
     
  11. Dustin

    Dustin Well-Known Member

    What are your goals?
    Do you already work in the national security or intelligence sector?
    Are you comfortable with needing to explain what a DSS is for your entire career?
     
  12. Abrahamfiz

    Abrahamfiz New Member

    I’m working in the compliance field mainly trade compliance focusing on export control of nuclear and chemical materials. My goal is to work in arms control field including the importance of arms control compliance and diplomacy in regional peace. I think that if we able to enforce arms regulations through verification and cooperation, that can help reduce future treats and have a sustainable peace in critical regions such as the Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia and East Asia. I applied to this program because of the curriculum and the experts teaching the courses and I hope to be able to work in think thanks, international organizations and State and Defense Department but it is always good to seek for a second opinion

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    Hey guys I want your opinion on this program I got the admission from.

    Doctorate in Defense & Strategic Studies at Missouri State University in Washington D.C.
    It is run by foreign policy experts and diplomats all at the highest level in their field. The program is heavily focused on Weapons of Mass Destruction, Arms Control, Diplomacy, Terrorism and Foreign policy. You can take classes online as well as on campus but there is a compulsory internship. I like the fact the program is in Washington D.C and has its own networks.

    https://dss.missouristate.edu/Doctorate/program-requirements.htm

    faculty teaching the program
    https://dss.missouristate.edu/faculty-and-staff.aspx
    to have a second opinion.
     

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