Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Allvia, Aug 1, 2022.
Excelsior College is officially Excelsior University today - https://www.excelsior.edu
I'm glad that they changed their logo too!
Their old logo looked too cheap.
I am smelling that eventually they are offering Doctorate; perhaps starting with Ed.D., DBA, and DNP.
Regarding the Ed.D., they might need to start by offering the M.Ed. first!
Why? There are schools that offer Ed.D. and no M.Ed.
The whole reason why they weren't a university before is that they weren't allowed to be without offering a doctorate or two. I doubt they'll be adding any for a while if they haven't already.
Just realized they don't have School of Education. Maybe starting with these:
Business: DBA (Doctor of Business Administration)
Health Science: DPH (Doctor of Public Health)
Liberal Arts: DLA (Doctor of Liberal Arts)
Nursing: DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practitioner)
Public Service: DPA (Doctor of Public Administration)
Information Technology: DIT (Doctor of Information Technology)
Just a correction to the DNP. It stands for Doctor of Nursing Practice not Doctor of nurse Practitioner. Many “DNP’s” may practice nursing in other areas like leadership or academics and not necessarily be licensed to diagnose, prescribe and treat patients.
By the power vested in me as a Well-Known Member of Degreeinfo.com, I hereby approve the renaming of Charter Oak State College to Charter Oak State University effective 9/1/2022.
Signed in the Great State of Maryland!
The replacement diploma issued by EU will say, “Diploma Reprint” on the face of the diploma. For $90…..no thanks! https://www.excelsior.edu/policy/diploma-reissuance-policy/
No, it should be the University of Connecticut Global Campus.
Send you old EC diploma to me, I'll replace it as New York University Global Campus for FREE.
I assume this is your way of saying that "Global Campus" is a silly name for a university.
And you're right.
Whether M.Ed., B.Ed., a PGDE, or anything in between, it doesn't appear that they have any kind of education courses thus far. My general point was that they might want to start with some kind of foundation before jumping directly into a doctoral program.
While not required, isn't that the norm?
I'm officially meming this combination of posts and putting a printed copy by my desk for the next time I am working on designing a logo and feeling uninspired
Separate names with a comma.