The desire of working professionals to earn a doctoral degree while maintaining their current full-time positions was studied. Overall, student and faculty respondents found the alternative delivery doctoral programs at ISU as successful and an accessible alternative to traditional on-campus doctoral education programs. Results showed that alternative delivery doctoral programs are viable solutions to meet needs of diverse student populations.During fall and spring semesters, doctoral students are required to take a minimum of three credit hours per semester through distance learning from ISU. To meet residency requirements, doctoral students complete 24 credit hours consistinganbsp;...
|Title||:||An Assessment of Alternative Delivery Doctoral Programs in the Foodservice and Lodging Management and Family and Consumer Sciences Education at Iowa State University|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|